DIY Pallet Shelf
The biggest problem with small kitchen besides limited counter space are places to store your dry goods. And when you don’t have anywhere to store your stuff it ends up living on the counter. This project helps me utilize unused wall space underneath the backside of the counter, typically where the breakfast bar would be. And since I don’t have stools, Im going to use it for better means. Check it out here, and thanks for reading.
I was approached by a friend of mine recently asking if I could help out her out and make her a jewelry case for her rapidly growing collection of fashion accessories. I guess it doesn’t help that her boyfriend is a marketing director for a jewelry distribution site. Agh well. More work for me 🙂 I was happy to help her out and build her a case. She had in mind a wall mounted jewelry case; something rather large, yet compact. This is the process for the build. I hope you enjoy it.
I got tired of working on what I had been using for the last year. It was uneven, lumpy, holes drilled in it, and was just simply horrendous to look at. I wanted a newish clean surface to work on, to do something that most of the carpentry community would probably frown upon and to simply just build something when I couldn’t spend any money. Since I am currently riding the DIY train, why not build myself something. Check out the rebuild and let me know what you think!
DIY Shoe Bench and Rack
Like the DIY coffee table, but a shoe rack and bench, very similar using the same concept of pallet materials. Apparently where my friend works they have some very good quality pallets. Guess paper companies can’t use old rickety crappy soiled pallets. Too good or something. This project is definitely a weekend venture. You can easily get it done in a couple of days. Hope you enjoy.