Pine and Plumbing Supply Shelving System
Add industrial-chic open storage to a space with plumbing supplies and basic lumber.
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- threaded galvanized metal pipe
- threaded galvanized metal flanges
- threaded nipples
- threaded galvanized metal elbows
- wood screws
- drywall screws
- stud finder
- 1x10 pine planks
- circular saw
- damp cloth
- wood stain and sealer
- paintbrush or stain pad
- tape measure
- wood filler
- spackle knife
- electric sander
- sanding pads
- sanding block
Using a tape measure, determine the available height and width of the wall along which to install the shelving. Take into consideration the placement of outlets and switches that require easy access.
In order to secure the shelving to the wall properly, use a stud finder to locate studs. Use a pencil to mark stud placement.
Determine Height and Width of Shelving Boxes
Before building the shelving boxes, first decide what they’ll be used to store. Take into consideration the heights and widths of objects, containers and organizers that will be housed in the boxes.
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