26 Nov. 2007|
Diy firewood rack indoor,woodworking corner spring clamps,veneer inlays for sale - For Begninners
BTW…If you have a creative DIY (log home related) project that you would like to share with our readers, please contact me. To provide some ideas, I show the dimensions of the rack I built, but you can make yours taller, wider, lower, deeper or longer.
To read the complete step-by-step plans, download a FREE PDF file that includes pictures and instructions on how to build your own indoor firewood rack. Hi James and Jamie, I wanted to let you know I featured your firewood holder today on my blog post about DIY industrial pipe furniture, I just love this and think it’s even better than the inspiration photo! We swapped a couple of emails and he agreed to send some photos and tell us more about his firewood rack he crafted in his basement shop.
Although I have an ample supply of firewood just outside the door, hauling it to the woodstove was a chore. Wrought iron frame surrounds the firewood preventing scratches to the base and looks rustically terrific. Although the rack is mounted on casters, it would be difficult to maneuver this around tight corners with a full load of wood. However, if you are the DIY type and would like to build such a piece for your home, you can get my step-by-step plans with pictures and all kinds of tips and helpful hints.
I wanted to match my mission style furniture, but I also knew a rack made out of just wood would not be very durable.
What makes this so useful is that the rack holds about 10 – 12 arm loads of wood saving me about 300+ cumulative steps fetching wood every few hours.