Scrap Wood Wall Organizer

3 Materials
1 Hour
Easy

This DIY Wall organizer is super easy and looks great once it's up on the wall!

I started by cutting the pieces to size. You can grab the free printable plans here to get all of the dimensions!

Then I sanded, stained and finished all of the pieces, since I figured it'd be easier to do when they were flat (and not an assembled piece.) I stained with Minwax's English Chestnut, and finished the piece with their Tung Oil Finish.

Then I attached the front slats to the sides with wood glue and brad nails.

Then the bottom.

Then the back. On the back, I also put a small screw on either side. The back will hold most of the weight of the organizer, so I wanted to give it a little extra security.

Then I mounted the organizer. Since I intended it to be permanent, I used brad nails and construction adhesive to attach the organizer to the wall. However, if you don't want a permanent mount, there are other ways to attach the organizer as well!

I love how these organizers turned out, and love the whole mudroom remodel even more!

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Lindsay Fay
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