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  1. The Ultimate Spice Rack

    This is a spice rack made from some exotic wood from a pallet originating from Malaysia. It was very swirly and red, when I spotted it, I quickly claimed it and carefully took it apart to salvage every piece I could. I still have no idea what this wood is. A lot of it had rot, but there was...
  2. Spice rack with copper dividers

    After I finished the stereo stand my girlfriend asked me to make a spice rack for the kitchen. The one we had was too small, and she wasn't thrilled with the style. The sides are maple, the shelves are aromatic Spanish cedar, and the back is 1/4" baltic birch. She wanted some sort of dividers...
  3. Spice Rack Book Shelve

    This is a spice rack and cook book holdler I built from left over moulding from my kitchen renovation. The reason I built the rack was my wife wanted and needed it, and to cover the opened bay that I to hide. As adual purpose project it work out OK.
  4. Spice Rack

    Space always seems to be at a premium weather it's in the shop or kitchen or anywhere. I constructed this Spice Rack out of some old walnut that a coworker gave me. He said the boards had been sitting in his garage for around 30 years and were in his father-in-law's garage probably close to 60...
  5. New spice rack for kitchen

    New kitchen and there is no space for a wall spice rack. Had a tall, skinny open door cabinet next to the dishwasher. This was made from cedar from an old hope chest that was my wife's when she was little. I measured the opening and depth using a story pole (numbers, bleh) and built to fit...
  6. Oak spicerack

    So my wife wanted a spice rack…...actually that's not entirely true. We had a chintzy black plastic rotating spice thingamajig on the counter that was pretty unsightly as it had "made in china" written all over it and I decided it was time to get rid of it. I'd wanted to work with oak for quite...
  7. Wooden Spice Rack

    2 posts in one night, WHOA!!!! Just wanted to get my passion on paper. This is a spice rack I owed my wife (can't build too many projects without slipping the little lady a project or two). it came from Ana White and was pretty straight forward, made from 1×4 Poplar and 3/8 pine dowels...
  8. Spice Rack

    We have always kept our jars of spices and herbs in some plastic baskets. My wife primarily cooks, but I cook and help enough to know how poor of a system this is. And yet, we've stuck with it for… well, decades. It's also worth noting that my wife loves to cook so we have quite an assortment of...
  9. Spice pullout

    Latest small project - a spice pullout. For years we have struggled to find spices that we kept in a 12" base cabinet. We'd always pickup a dozen jars before we found what we were looking for, and at times had to pull out whole trays that were hard to negotiate through the narrow cabinet door...
  10. Spice Rack

    This summer I made an effort to settle into my apartment a bit more now that I've been there two years and decided to try and organize my spice cabinet a bit. Just a few pieces of scrap wood and some stain and finish. The stain color actually matches a bit better than the photo makes it look...
  11. The Spice Rack...

    So I finally decide to post this, I built it about 7 months ago. The wifey needed a spice rack big enough to accommodate all the different spices that we use when cooking. I think that 4ft wide by 2.5 ft tall is big enough!!! The finish is just Minwax special walnut stain, with a couple of...
  12. Spice rack and Book ends

    Spice rack was a special request for a Christmas gift. Saw the book ends on line and had to try them. Very simple to make, and they actually will hold up books.
  13. Spice rack

    This is a spice rack I made as a Christmas gift for my sister. The wood split in two places where the dowels are inserted, and the cover up job I did may not have been the best. Now that the rough draft is complete, I'm ready to make one for my own house!
  14. Gotta Love "Woodworks"

    Hey everyone! I finished a project a little while back and thought I would share! I'm afraid I can't take all the credit for the design though… I've learned a lot about attention to detail from watching the great David Marks on DIY's "Woodworks", and I've been meaning to find the time to...
  15. Spice Rack of Mahogany/Maple

    Spice rack for my wife for Christmas. The "C" on the top was a very new experience. Cut with a jigsaw/coping saw. Lumber: Frame is mahogany. Back panel is ship-lapped maple. Joinery: biscuits for the shelves, mortise and tenon for the rails. Finish: BLO + sprayed clear-coat shellac Thanks...
  16. sliding spice rack

    The final touch on my mom's kitchen work. This spice rack was supposed to be finished in July, but now is. this vertical (spice drawer) is held in place with aspen runners mounted on center of birch edge banded 1/2" ply and 3/4" ply with solid oak. The face board was profiled with an roman ogee...
  17. very simple spice rack

    the old lady wanted me to make a spice rack.. so i did…
  18. Pantry Organizer

    This is not my original idea; not sure who to credit for it but whomever did it first…what an awesome idea. I found a reference picture while searching Pinterest one day looking for pantry storage ideas. What we had before was one of those metal basket hanging things, but it just didn't make...
  19. Matching Spice Racks

    I was tired of digging through a shelf to find a spice, so I decided to utilize the space on either side of the window/sink area. Now I need MORE space for spices!
  20. Shou sugi ban kitchen rack

    Had a lot of fun with these projects,
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