Easy DIY Garage Wood Holders
Do you collect scrap wood? I find so many uses for scrap wood that I just can't part with it.
Although I love scrap wood I don't like the mess and space it takes up in my garage. In an effort to clean and organize the garage I came up with these easy to make wood holders that I will show you how to make here.
Here is the pile of wood in my garage.
I created my holders out of scrap wood. If you don't have any scrap wood all you need is 2 - 2x4x8 and 1 - 1x4x8.
After the cuts were made I drilled and screwed 3 1/2 inches screws from the back of the supports into the edge of the bottom piece.
Using a stud finder, locate the studs to where you will attach the holders. Most studs are located 16 inches apart. Then I drilled and screwed the holders into the studs.
I lined up three on the wall placing them 32 inches apart and then added the 1 x 4 arms with 2 1/2 inch screws.
Finally I added a couple more up higher and placed those closer together for shorter wood pieces.
I am so happy how they turned out and delighted I was able to get the wood off of the floor.
Do you love to do wood projects? Make sure to check out this post on Essential Safety Gear for Power Tools and Home Projects. Also if you in need of another wood project see how to organize your pet's food area with this Dog Food Wood Tray.
Thank you so much for checking out this post. I hope this helps with organizing your garage space.
- 2 x 4 x 8 (hardware store)
- 1 x 4 x 8 (hardware store)
- Screws (hardware store)
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Published June 28th, 2017 12:10 AM