Rotating Corner Shelf Storage

Rotating Corner Shelf Storage

Rotating Corner Shelf

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These shelves put a garage corner to maximum storage use. They spin on lazy Susans, one for each shelf that you need. They can’t tip over because they are all attached to each shelf so this makes the hole build very strong.

You can add as many shelves as you need. We left one bay open top to bottom for storing tall things like levels and straightedges. You won’t need special joints or fasteners to construct it; simple butt joints and shoulder screws hold it all together.

Rotating Corner Shelf Storage

First off, I removed everything. Put all your stuff in boxes and not all over your kitchen counters. That’s what I would have done originally if my Dad didn’t make me get a box. But yes of course he was right.

When the pantry was emptied my dad put up beadboard wallpaper for me. I helped a little by smoothing out the occasional air bubble. 🙂 I already had a roll of it from another project, but I did end up having to buy 1 more roll for $15 so we could finish the top of the pantry. While he was wallpapering, I did touch up our shelves with paint. 🙂

Next up came the installation of the amazing shelves/carousels my Dad designed and made. I drilled all of the holes first.

You can put a TON of weight on these and it won’t affect anything. They really are awesome….


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