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DIY Shelving: An Easy Design

This article is about a design for shelves that’s easy to make (hard to mess up) and doesn’t require a full-blown workshop to construct.

The design is just horizontal slabs of wood for the shelves and vertical threaded rod with nuts to hold them in place (because a shelf without altitude is just a bit of wood on the floor). No nails or screws or glue or any other forms of joinery.

I’ve made two sets of shelves in this vein in the last few weeks, here’s the little one:

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