Building anything on the main floor where the kitchen and living room become the workshop is sometimes frustrating, messy and wears a bit on the patience.
Getting the pieces painted (3 coats) and hauled to the mall were sequential jobs.
Because of the weight of the lumber the shelf needed to be put together in the mall.
Adding the first shelf to the sides was the usual 'will it work' worry and adding the first back piece brought a sigh of relief.
I know I missed painting the front edges of the shelf. You will be pleased to know I gave the back edges 3 coats (because I thought they were the front of course).
The shelves are attached. The back is in place. I will paint the front edges early in the day (at the mall before it is open to customers). A job for after Christmas.
First stock on the shelves.
And for those who read the first post on building this shelf, it will be moved to replace a shelf in my other space after Christmas (more depth).
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