How To Build a Shelf Between Studs - The Craft Patch
I love the idea of making storage out of unused space, and one way to do this is to build a storage shelf between the studs in your wall. I knew our pantry project was the perfect place for a shelf like this. We have built-in shelving on two walls, but there wasn’t enough space …
Tap into stud space for more wall storage - "If you’ve got an unused wall in your kitchen, consider using it to store canned goods and jars, as seen here, or stemware, vases and serving pieces. Notice the trim and the door design, which not only conceal the storage but add interest to an otherwise blank wall. Though cost will vary, Deidra Anderson, marketing administrator at David Heide Design Studio, says this project cost $1,300 to $1,900."
Kitchen Storage Between the Studs: 5 Examples of Smart Recessed Cabinets
I have become intimately acquainted with the walls of my new house as over the last several weeks my husband and I and a pack of friends have stripped most of the rooms of wall coverings, plaster, and lathe, exposing the true bones and studs. One side effect of this (besides sore shoulders and scraped hands!) is that the naked structure of my house has given me a whole new perspective on storage. There’s so much room in there, between the studs!
Find Wood Wall Magazine Rack. Magazine racks might actually prove to be quite a useful element of our houses. In case you would like to have one of these at home, here’s probably the best possible opportunity to make a wise decision as far as such racks go. In the end, what do you think it will be?