One of the screws was replaced by a shorter one (now, the top one, you can see the hole). The actual cutting could have been a lot neater, but I don’t have a router. But a lot of sanding did the trick.
Drilled 2 holes for the screws to fix to the wall, they just go through. After some invisible lacquer, it’s just a matter of putting it to the wall like in the pictures.
So cheap and simple. I would think it will work with most swords, just adjusting the shape of the sides.
Taking into account that all was done with stuff that I always seem to have around the house, it was pretty cheap.
I recently transformed my pantry into a super organised space thanks to some $5 IKEA spice racks. They are super handy as pantry organisers. IKEA item used: BEKVÄM spice racks BEKVÄM spice rack | IKEA.com Spice racks to pantry organisers It’s super simple, make the spice racks as normal and flip them upside down to … Continue reading
I made a narrow rolling kitchen cart to fit along my refrigerator, made from IKEA BEKVÄM spice racks. I had no other choice but build it since the space was only 11cm wide, and nothing manufactured matched these dimensions. Materials: (total 60€) 4 x BEKVÄM spice racks (16€) 4 x copper tube … Continue reading
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