Bathroom Shelf

Supply List:

  • 1 x 10 x 4′ board
  • 1 x 6 x 4′ board
  • 1 x 2 x 4′ board
  • Stain
  • Metal Hooks

Step 1:

My first step was making my cuts.  I used my Ridgid miter saw to make all my cuts.  You can also use a cheap hand saw.  It requires a bit more elbow grease, but totally gets the job done.

Step 2:

After making all my cuts, I used my Kreg Jig to put two 3/4″ pocket holes in each of my 1×6 pieces.  I put one at each of the arrows.

Step 3:

Attach both shelves with pocket screws

Step 4:

Add the front 1×2″ trim piece, glue and nail it on.

Step 5:

Now its time for stain. I applied a dark walnut stain, when dry I roughed it up with a sander on the edges to create a distressed look.


The original plan can be found at