Top-Shelf Storage

July 22, 2015
Filed under Quick Tips, Tech Tips

After many years of family camping, my husband and I stepped up to a Class C motorhome. While spending three months in Florida last winter, I was determined to find more storage space in the coach. I fashioned a shelf unit for the bathroom that utilizes empty space and affords us extra storage for tall items and supplies for long trips.

For less than $20 in lumber, I built a set of shelves that fits into an unused nook. The top shelf uses a bungee cord to hold paper supplies. Finishing nails were used to attach the shelves, while wood glue was used to attach the molding. The entire unit was secured with Loctite glue and then screwed into the wall.

Kathy Ondrasik | Downingtown, Pennsylvania


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