How To Build Plywood Shelves In A Closet
After you have installed the wall shelf brackets, verify again if they are well fixed, and then pursue to install the wood shelves. In short time you should finish installing all the brackets, at chosen distances. However, do not hurry throughout the project, as you can make mistakes, or even injure yourself.
And finally, I filled up the closet with all of the boys’ things. To install them, I started on the bottom row and nailed a few nails into each divider through the shelf above to secure it in place. Then I added the middle row of cubby dividers and the top row the same way. To keep things simple, I reinstalled the same shelf and curtain rod that were there previously higher in the closet.
I see you used poplar but I understand you made it look thick and carried that through to the back wall. This post contains affiliate links which means if you make a purchase after clicking a link I will earn a small commission but it won’t cost you a penny more. Click here to see myfull disclosure policy. I came up with a few ideas and then used painters tape to see how they would actually work in the closet.
Slip the cleat in between the ends of the box and spread a little glue along the upper edge of the cleat. Slide the cleat up tight against the underside of the box top, making sure it’s flush with the rear of the box. Secure the cleat with a few finishing nails or trim-head screws.
I patched up the nail holes with spackle and then gave the whole closet including trim a fresh coat of white paint. If the floor of your garage is already spoken for by lawn gadgets or sports gear, look up—the ceiling of your garage possesses hidden storage potential. To maximize it, follow the lead of the bloggers at The Cavender Diary to erect this simple yet space-smart hanging shelf. For handy homeowners, the garage isn’t simply a spot to park the car—it’s a place to park everything, including gardening gear, wood saws, and seasonal storage. But without space-smart shelving to corral these tools and supplies, this practice can turn your good-looking garage into a disorganized drop zone.