Mrs SiWhite has decided that she would like a whole shed-load of shelves in the larder in our new gaff. She is thinking of lots of shallow shelves (just deep enough for a kilner jar or a tin of Treacle…) from floor to ceiling – maybe a shelf every five or six inches.
The larder is about 4 feet by 10 feet – but only about 4 feet by 5 feet of standing room owing to a sloping ceiling (we call it the larder – in reality it’s a cupboard-under-the-stairs-off-the-kitchen.)
I don’t fancy hundreds of little shelf supports – what is a recommended construction method? I was thinking of sheets of 18mm (..or whatever size..) ply attached to the walls, with 18mm slots routed horizontally – shelves would fit snugly into these slots and be glued / screwed to support.
Any better / cheaper / easier ideas? I have a router and a circular handheld saw.Posted 4 years ago
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