Having some spare 2×3″, 1×3″ and MDF, I made up these shelves to provide some extra storage space. Same design as the speaker brackets here very solid
I made some shelves for the airing cupboard. Constructed from 2×1″ PSE. Very simple construction just 2×1″, wood glue, screws and Danish Oil.
Shelves laid out prior to fixing some shorter to accommodate plumbing.
Once the 2 shelves were complete, I sanded and finished with Danish oil to protect the wood and to improve finish.
Then I moved onto the supports, I have kept the shelves and supports separate so if access is needed for maintenance the shelves can be quickly and easily be removed.
I mitred the corners on the upright supports to improve the aesthetics. Scrap wood used when cutting to prevent tear out and keen a good edge.
Mitres fitted, the shelves slot onto the uprights fixed with one screw each to hold them in place and to make it easier to remove if needed for maintenance.
Final Result complete
I needed some shelves to store the accumulated junk that collects in a garage so to give some room to still make things.
The storage unit was constructed from CLS 2×3” and 12mm MDF. The CLS is more than adequate in strength and the MDF will provide a nice flat surface for the shelves.
I got the 2 full MDF sheets cut into five pieces each so I ended up with 10 pieces approx 485mm by 1220mm. By placing two piece side by side I will have a unit with five shelves 2.4m long with no waste.
CLS Timber 2×3”