Introduction: Bathroom Organizer

Why did I build this?

Well I guess we all know these "mirror-cabinets" in the bathroom (if you don't, that does not matter :D ).
Anyway so we have one of these things at home. Problem is, the little shelfs in there are made from plastic and look pretty ugly.
That is why I made this shelf from MDF.
Cool thing about that is also, that it can be easily made wider or thinner, so it basically fits into every kind of mirror-cabinet.

Step 1: Laser-cut the Parts

First we need to cut out the parts with a laser-cutter.

Attached you'll find the CorelDraw x7 file.
If you have a cabinet with wider or smaller doors (because this shelf is being attached to the inside of the door), you need only need to adapted the size of the part switch read "Be creative" on it.

Step 2: Assembling

After you have cut out all parts, you can clue them together (IMPORTANT: do not glue all parts together because otherwise you will not be able to put the shelf in place later).

So after gluing you should end up with 4 parts.
These parts can then be stuck together and secured by the little board with the text on it.

I hope you will have as much fun building this, like I had.

Let me know in the comments what you think about this little "Bathroom Organizer" :)

Comments

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Great!

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gilbequick (author)2017-01-24

It looks pretty neat, but what does it look like from inside of the cabinet??

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JustTotallyMe (author)gilbequick2017-01-24

What do you mean?

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gilbequick (author)JustTotallyMe2017-01-25

What does it look like from inside of the cabinet?

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gilbequick (author)gilbequick2017-01-25

do the shelves replace the plastic shelves?

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JustTotallyMe (author)gilbequick2017-03-29

Sorry fo the late replay: yes it does replace the plastic shelves.

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