If you’re like us, you’ve been frustrated a time or two with the lack of organization underneath your sink. With too many essential products and not enough room, organization isn’t always possible. But our quick under the sink storage mini-project solves the frustration. DIY beginners, in-betweeners, and professionals can successfully and enjoyably accomplish this mini-project!
Under the Sink Storage Shelf
Double the storage space under your kitchen sink with our sturdy shelf project. Cut three pieces of ¾”-thick pine boards that are 10″ wide. One long piece should the width of your cabinet opening for the top, while two short pieces should be cut to a length of 11 ¼” for the legs. Glue and screw the legs to the top as shown. Then simply place the shelf unit into the cabinet under the sink. (If the disposal or pipe is in the way, you need to cut a notch in the top.) Bingo! You can now keep more supplies within easy reach.
DIY-ers come in all levels and this project calls for them all! Whether you’re a beginner or a professional, match the recommended tools to your level in order to efficiently execute the sink storage project!
As a beginner, you might be limited on tools or wondering which ones are best. With the few tools below, you’ll be able to accomplish the shelf in no time.
Irwin Coarse Carpenter Saw
Milwaukee 40′ Wide Blade Tape Measure
Incra 12″ Precision Marking Ruler
Channellock Professional Screwdriver Set
As a bit more experienced, you might know exactly which tools you need to get the job done. If not, browse through the recommendations below.
Milwaukee M12 Circular Saw
DeWalt 20V Max Drill/Driver
Swanson Tool Framing Square
Stanley 25′ Tape Measure
As a professional, you’ll likely have these tools on hand. Head out to your workshop to start easing your sink frustrations.
Makita 12″ Compound Miter Saw
Crescent Lufkin Shockforce Nite Eye Tape Measure
Swanson Tool Speed Square
Metabo HPT 18V Impact Driver
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Michael D.July 11, 2020 at 8:55 pm
You guys been looking under my sink? Ha! I did this exact thing several years ago because I hate wasted space. Very easy, and you double your storage in short order, spending little or no money if you have scraps saved as I do.