Floor Shelf for a Bathroom

Introduction: Floor Shelf for a Bathroom

About: I like to have time with my grandkids We always construct something, last week we did a new locker together

Instead of storing towels and other bath items in the hall cabinet, keep them within reach of the bathroom floor shelf. A similar design can be done in one day, an approximate time for a person with minimum skills of 6 hours.

The bathroom cabinet consists of five shelves with a lattice structure for ventilation with a gap between the planks of 1.2 cm. The lower shelf has a height of 18 cm to fold wet towels.

Supplies:

(4) bars of 1.80 m for legs

(10) pieces of fronts to support a shelf 45 cm long (10) pieces of bars for attaching a shelf 25 cm long Also file strips for the grilles of the 35 cm shelf

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Step 1: Step 1

Use S4S bars for planks if you cannot find lattice molding. S4S means that the board is sanded from all four sides.

Sand the parts with sandpaper at all corners and edges so that they are smooth and free of debris.

Drill two through holes at both ends of each rail.

Step 2: Step 2

The holes should be slightly smaller than the diameter of the screw to prevent splitting of the tree and small enough for a tight grip.

Assemble shelves

Install two 45 cm shelves. Apply glue to the ends of the two 25 cm shelves and place them between the 45 cm supports in which to drill two through holes. Fasten the joints with screws to form a 35 x 45 cm rectangle. Repeat this process to collect the remaining four shelves. Set the bars

Apply glue to the ends of the two planks, covering an area of 2 cm. Sq. At both ends. Starting from the support frame, install the slats perpendicular to the sides of the frame. Install five more slats between the two outer rails; the distance between them is approximately 1.5 cm. Repeat the same process to complete the other five shelves.

Step 3: Step 3

Cut a 1.5 cm workpiece to fit between the rails for a convenient layout.

Determine the position of the shelf All to each other and flush at the end. Measure the upper end of one leg, mark every 40 cm with a total of four marks. To indicate the centers of the shelves. Continue the line around each leg.

Step 4: Step 4

The upper shelf will be flush with the upper ends of the legs, so here you do not need tags.

Assemble a shelf and two legs

Place two legs parallel to each other on a flat surface at a distance of 35 cm. Apply glue to the upper surfaces of the legs in one of the places on the shelf using lines. Place the shelf on the legs

The outer edges should be flush with the outer sides of the legs. Drill a hole through the support of 45 cm, turning it to the center of the leg. Attach the support to each leg with screws. Fasten the rest of the legs Repeat the process with the other two legs, that is, set on a flat surface and apply glue. Line the shelves. Drill guide holes and screw the shelves to the legs with screws. Wood protection against moisture

Apply the dye with a soft cloth and let it dry in accordance with the recommended drying time. Spray a light coat of spray varnish. When dry, sand manually with sandpaper and apply another coat of varnish

Step 5: Conclusion

You can fill this shelf with all sorts of accessories that you need and are convenient

I saw cool discounts on IKEA products https://www.rabato.com/au/ikea and bought some baskets and towels for this shelf ))

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    Penolopy Bulnick
    Penolopy Bulnick

    16 days ago

    Thanks for sharing! Do you have a picture of the full finished shelf?