I'll be at the Woodworking in America show in Winston-Salem North Carolina in a couple weeks. If you are going, please consider stopping my the Mega Me-Mo Meetup! I'm looking forward to meeting you:
6:00 September 13th at The District Rooftop Bar & Grille.
Friday, August 29, 2014
A key rack is something we have been needing for a long time. We have a coat rack near our front door that stores a lot of things, but keys get piled up on top and fall off. After considering a lot of different designs, I thought it would be fun if the rack was also a message center.
The "dry-erase" board is just a piece of plexiglass. I made it removable to help with cleaning and so it can be easily replaced if it gets scratched or damaged. But mostly because it made it lot easier to apply a spray lacquer finish to the wood!
I made this using free pallet wood and materials I already had in my shop.
Posted by Steve Ramsey at 11:10 AM