Our kitchen peninsula was in dire need of some organization. We also had a blank wall directly above it so…shelves!
All of the wood for this project came from Workantile’s storage room: pine slats from someone’s old ikea bed and shelves made from the Baltic birch plywood from an old phone booth project. The screws and edge banding from Home Depot.
I made the shelf supports out of pine based on a google image search for DIY shelf supports. The hardest part was figuring out the order in which to attach everything together to have room to screw things in. For the supports I had to attach the bottom of the angled support to the “L” and rotate it out of the way. Then mount the “L”, then rotate the angled support into place and screw it in that way. There are better ways to do this, but it went pretty quickly.
Finished with shellac and wax. I really like this finishing technique because it looks good and requires minimal drying time.
Installed with much mumbling and annoyance.