Category Archives: Shelving
The other day, I was waiting for lacquer on another project to dry and had a sudden idea for something. I’ve had these big chunks of angle-iron laying around, that I bought from the recycle yard for $1 each. I’ve … Continue reading
We finally have doors on our closets and rods that don’t bend almost all the way to the floor. This has been one of the longest avoided projects in the house. For a good reason though, I just couldn’t decide … Continue reading
Roxy needed a place near her desk to put all of her law books. So, I made another cabinet out of left over wood pieces to hang above her desk. It has sliding doors to conceal the stuff inside too. … Continue reading
Between me and Roxy (way more Roxy), we have quite a bit of shoes in our house. “Our regulars” kind of just pile up by the front door so I made this little shoe rack today after work. It mounts … Continue reading
I built this credenza out of scrap wood from my dad’s cabinet shop a few months ago. I got the idea for building all of this scrap-wood stuff from all of the off-fall material that we have accumulated at the … Continue reading
I made this floating credenza about 9 months ago for all of our media stuff and movies. It’s made out of walnut and white plexiglass. the walnut cost $80 and the plexiglass was something I saved from a dumpster at … Continue reading
I made an upper cabinet for the guest bathroom out of construction OSB ($15/sheet). I really like the look of this wood and if you sand it good enough and put enough finish on it, it actually comes out smooth. … Continue reading
Scrapwood vanity with drawers and sliding plexi and wood doors. Hand-made bathroom tissue roll holder. Scrapwood vanity upper with; flip-up door with a hand-made steel pull, hand-bent plexiglass under-light. Upper cabinets made from scrap materials.
Upper cabinets made from scrap wood and plexiglass with sliding doors. Sanded and lacquered.
cable-suspended walnut cabinet above computer desk