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One of the last projects to be completed in the #garagemakeover was storage for scrap wood. Leftover wood is an ongoing byproduct of woodworking, and we have our fair share of scraps and offcuts. Prior to this build, we did not have an efficient way to store these wood pieces so we ended up not using them--because we didn't know what we had!
We were determined to find a way to store all the wood leftovers in the new workshop. Steph did some Pinterest research and designed a customized a storage piece that would work for us.
Take a look at how it all came together. We now have a place to store large and small pieces of wood.
We made the vertical storage unit first. It consists of a base on risers and a divider piece that attaches to the wall. We used our new Makita Subcompact circular saw to make the cuts. Notice the port on the back of the saw. This is to collect sawdust as you cut. It's a great feature to look for if you're in the market for a circular saw.
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