Pine and Plumbing Supply Shelving System

Add industrial-chic open storage to a space with plumbing supplies and basic lumber.

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Create a Wall-Mounted Stabilizer

To add stability from the top, create a stabilizer by connecting a 12-inch threaded pipe to a 6-inch threaded pipe, using an elbow. Next, attach flanges to the top of the top pipe and to the bottom of the bottom pipe.

Attach Wall-Mounted Stabilizer

Using a drill and wood screws, secure the wall-mounted stabilizer to the top of the highest shelving box, then attach directly into the wall studs using drywall screws.

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