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My wife had been after me for some time to put the suitcases upstairs, so I finally got the hint... Actually, she got this idea from a magazine ...
The first thing I did was to rip out the lining from each suitcase. I suppose you don't absolutely have to do this, but I think it could ...
I wanted to make the shelves 6 inches deep, so I wrapped the area to be cut with painters tape, then measured and drew a line at the ...
Cutting the suitcase was easy. I used a metal cutting blade in my scroll saw because most of the cases had a metal band around the middle (where ...
Next I made a wooden panel to fill the opening of the cut suitcase. This panel has two purposes: (1) it reinforces the opening (keeps it from sagging); ...
Mounting the cases to the wall involved removing the lids, drilling through the wood panel on the back, and using sheetrock anchors. Once attached to the wall, I ...
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