Kitchen Remodel: Part 2.5 — Wall hung shelf.

We have a temporary kitchen set up in an adjacent room to the kitchen. We are using the old changing table I made for our son when he was a baby, as a work surface. One problem with this is that the small work area is cluttered with small kitchen items. In this video I make a wall hanging shelf unit to hold most of the clutter. I repurposed wood from the kitchen demolition.

Kitchen Remodel: Part 1 — Introduction

Kitchen Remodel: Part 1.5 — Storage Cart for Stove

Kitchen Remodel: Part 2 — Demolition

27 ответов на “Kitchen Remodel: Part 2.5 — Wall hung shelf.”

  1. Wishing you the best of luck on the kitchen remodel. My dad did an amazing job on his kitchen remodel, but we ended up using the wet bar with this little tiny sink for a year… looking forward to more video updates! LOVE YOUR VIDEOS! 🙂

  2. When using the radial arm saw, you seem to pull the blade through the wood a little bit at a time. Is that a special technique, or is there a problem with the saw? Also, I really enjoy your videos—informative, entertaining, and often enchanting! Thank you.

  3. "A spiral "thread" on the shank causes the nail to spin during installation, creating a thread-like interlock with the wood, increasing pull-out capacity. Designed to drive easier into into harder woods and dense materials while still providing increased withdrawal resistance."

  4. I would have drilled a hole in the side of the cabinet to slide the paper towel holder rod through. 🙂  Then my wife would have come by and said "doesn't the shelf just move?" HAHA

  5. lol Frank your Awesome. My new woodworking and video Hero. Very Nice job as always. My Fav was 6.20 as it is great to see you still struggle sometimes with the simple things that get us all. After 2 or 3 holes in the wall and no stud I to get a little nervous. Great Job

  6. Frank, great looking shelf! Would you mind sharing your supplier for the Z-bar profile? I really dig the channel for fasteners. A quick read of the comments here and a google search hasn't turned up the answer.

    Thanks in advance! Can't wait to see the finished kitchen.

  7. a method I learned from somewhere that I use quite often when confirming where studs are in walls (6:33 mark in video) are after I use my stud finder, I take a finish nail (usually a 6d) and hammer it in where I know the hole will be covered by whatever I'm hanging.  I do this to confirm the edges of the stud, because I don't alway get readings that make sense with my stud finder.  Like you didn't.  It is a little time consuming, but I don't like to take chances when hanging stuff on my walls.

  8. One reason you might be getting 'false positives' on the studs is that the plaster may not be affixed directly to them. In my house, I had some rooms where I didn't rip the old plaster off (because I could insulate from the other side of the wall). Some of these walls were standard studwork, with 1*2 strips running horizontally (spaced vertically by about 300mm), with the plaster fixed to the strips. The stud finder would detect the stud, but unless you were over one of the strips, you'd drill into air. Drove me insane when hanging curtain rods.
    The solution is a) longer screws, so you reach across the air gap, or b) Ramset Plasterboard anchors. You can screw them straight into plasterboard (although not hair-impregnated stuff. You need a pilot hole for that).

  9. My nephew is training in architecture. He's already developed your slightly tentative way of speaking where assertions sound as if they're looking for agreement of the listener. I've noticed this characteristic style of speech in some architects.

  10. The small room you made a secondary kitchen in is called a "boot room" in UK. No idea if you have a different name for it, but you do for aluminium, so probably you do. It's where you take off your dirty clothes after working the garden or milking cows or, in case of the USA, tearing down your Silverado.

  11. hmm the last time I did what you are doing I built the carcasses for three and half walls before removing the old . got all that in placed and scribed to the walls. was with out the use of the part of the kitchen for two days is all

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