Whenever I begin a new project I like to write a “mission statement” for the purpose of setting the scope of the project. Likewise, whenever I end a project, I like to document that as well. This posts marks the end of a project: LoveThyShelf.com. I registered LoveThyShelf.com back in 2011. The following is from […]
The following shelves, created by Digital Press forum member PSony, utilize a combination of track/brackets and metal L-shaped brackets for support.
The white track/brackets, L-shaped brackets, and white laminate wood can all be found at most home improvement locations. While PSony uses his shelves for video games, these could obviously be adjusted to store […]
Practical? Maybe. Awesome? Definitely. Letter-shaped shelves! I think these would be super-awesome if they spelled out what was on the shelves, like “DVDS” and “MOVIES” and “CHILDREN’S SKULLS” …
More pictures available HERE.
So, what’s a lady with one of the largest collections of My Little Ponies to do? Add a collection of My Little Shelves, that’s what! Amy has one of the largest My Little Pony collections around, and a sampling of off-the-shelf shelves looks like the perfect way to display her collection. Nice job, Amy! […]
Last week was “Big Trash Pickup” day in our neighborhood and I saw at least half a dozen CRT televisions sitting out by the curb as garbage. I should have picked them up and built a set of these.
It doesn’t look like they would store a lot, but they’ll sure hold more than […]
At first glance, the shelves in the picture below look just like normal shelves:
They’re not. They’re actually individual boxes, stacked up.
The selling point? If you ever move you can just pick up your boxes and go. The downside, other than the fact that big boxes full of books are heavy, […]
Chad “chaddyboy_2000” Krizan over at BoardGameGeek.com built the shelves you see below, and I definitely have to say I am jealous! Due to the cumbersome shape of the boxes, displaying and storing board games properly requires custom (and deep) shelves. I am friends with a couple of board game collectors who I plan on sharing […]
My friend Fraze sent me these pictures of his shelves forever ago and I’ve been sitting on them for just as long. Sorry, Fraze!
About 2 years ago I too struggled with how to store my gaming and movie media. I specifically wanted something I could mount to a wall but was properly profiled […]
Shelves speak to me. This one says, “we are out of room in this house.”
I love shelves as much as the next guy (probably more) but … I dunno. Not only might these push the wifey over the edge, but the books don’t look all that easy to access. I suppose for displaying […]
Pictures of “The Cave” have been floating around for a few years now.
I’ve actually always kind of liked the idea of reading in small, claustrophobic spaces. I think this could be turned into a kick-ass gaming setup as well. I think you could build one of these to hold games, and mount a […]