Spice Rack

 
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Will Lindsey Published on 03/19/2017, viewed by 673 , 2 Comments

Stained pine

What you will need

1x4 pine and 1x6 pine (small piece), screws, stain (i used Minwax)

TOOLS

Table saw, circular saw will work. Even a hand saw, except for the dadoes.

Router with Roman Ogee bit

Something to apply stain. I prefer shop rags.

Something to check for square, i have Rockler's corner clamps.

How to do this project

1

After determining the dimensions you want cut the 1x4 pieces. I made my sides about 22 inches, and my shelves 16 inches. I planned on 4 1/2 inches between each shelf to fit most spice jars.

2

Cut dadoes in the side. I used my table saw. I don't have a dado blade so I just made multiple passes through the wood. I measured to make the dadoes half the width of the sides.

3

Cut the top (the 1x6) to length to accommodate the width of the Roman ogee cut. Mine is 3/4". You have to measure the width of the shelves plus half the width of the sides plus the router bit cut depth.

4

Cut three sides of the top on the router.

5

Stain everything

6

Put the sides and shelves together, making sure it's square. I used screws to attach everything.

7

For the back, I split some 1x4 on my band saw just to make it lighter, but you don't have to. I've made 3 of these now and I didn't split them on the first one. Attach the back pieces to the sides and shelves with screws.

8

Measure the depth of the shelf and trim the top to the right size.

9

Attach the top.

10

Attach whatever hooks on the back you prefer to mount it on the wall.

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Joseph Edward Daniels avatar
Joseph Edward Daniels
03/21/2017 ☰
Looks good
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Rafael Sanches avatar
Rafael Sanches
03/23/2017 ☰
Amazing job!
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