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Recently we finished my walk-in closet makeover. With that complete, I wanted to turn my old closet into a full storage closet. When I moved in, all my closets had that wire type shelving (which I really don't like). I ripped it all out and planned to make build-in wood shelves. Well, it's time to make that happen! Read below to see how to used three materials to make each of these shelves!
We used our kreg circular saw jig to make nice straight cuts in the plywood. Our circular saw just slides into the jig and attaches in place. Cut out the rest of the shelves. We made our top shelf half the width of the others. This way we have room to put items on the shelf and the door frame will not get in the way.
I really like how these shelves turned out! I have room for my books, old keepsakes, travel gear, guest supplies, future gifts and more! It makes me smile to open this closet now and see my organized closet of things!
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Steph & Vicki
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