The coffee shelf is finished. Here are the photos:
Today all that remained was to screw on the shelves and several hooks to hang coffee cups on. The bottom shelf was placed 4 inches above the bottom edge of the back so as to allow enough room for a cup to be hooked and unhooked easily.
The top shelf was placed 5 inches below the top edge of the back. And all I did was place two screws into each end threw the back of the unit:
Next I placed the hooks evenly across the bottom and screwed them in:
And here is the final photograph. It used up more scrap wood and it produced a usable set of shelves for bags of coffee and tins of loose tea.
Ok, this project is completed. In looking at it, I can see that it could be configured in a variety of ways to fit your needs. And if you made the shelves a little narrower, it would make a nice spice rack.
I'm not sure what my next project will be at this point. I have some bookshelves to make for some young friends which I'll do off line and then if I have time, I'll construct a camp kitchen.
So in the meantime, I'm feeding the local critters and going inside for some hot tea.
As always, thanks for dropping by and see you all soon,