Quick Project: Bathroom Storage Shelf
Corral clutter on your bathroom counters with this easy-to-make, practical storage shelf.
It shouldn't take more than half an hour to make this bathroom storage shelf, and it's perfect for keeping your bathroom counters and sink free from clutter. You can also use this storage shelf in the kitchen to keep herbs and spices in a handy location. This project is a great way to recycle glass food jars that would normally be thrown away.
YOU WILL NEED:
Piece of pine 19 x 240 x 1000mm
Recycled glass food jars
5 steel clamps
Drill / Driver plus assorted bits
Tape measure and pencil
1. Mark out the locations for your glass jars. Space them equally along the length of the board.
2. Use a 2mm drill bit to drill a small hole at the marked locations. Also drill a small pilot hole at the back of each clamp.
3. Line up the drilled hole in the clamp with the pilot hole in the board and secure the clamps onto the board.
4. Insert the recycled glass food jars into the clamps and tighten. Make sure to allow a space at the top if you are wanting to add lids to the containers.
GOOD TO KNOW: Use Rust-Oleum 2X or Metallic spray paint to dress up the lids for the glass jars.