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If you live in a pre-war apartment, like me, you can use old nooks for super-useful storage. Turn an old ironing board nook into a spice and liquor ...
Remove the door if there is one. Measure the width of the recessed area. This will be the width of your shelves. Add 2" to that length and ...
Mark the wood to the dimensions you measured. Cut the wood.
Add an "L"Â bracket to the ends of each shelf. Then, Insert the shelf into the space. Have a friend hold it while you screw it in place. ...
Place the "stay bars" about 2" above the shelf and screw in on each side. This will keep your liquor and spices from falling out.
Fill up your new shelf space and you're done!
Optional: you can also use this same idea to make a bookshelf from an a window that's been boarded up. In this case a building was built right ...
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