Last week I had to put the camper conversion on hold because I got so sick of not being able to find my tools in my shed quickly. In fact, this is how bad it looked!
I’m sure you get the gist that it became a dumping ground because there weren’t specific places for things. And it was all out of sight, out of mind.
So, I decided enough was enough. It was time for some London bracket shelving.
It took my fiance a while to convince me on London brackets back in 2015, but after taking a leap of faith in my old kitchen layout, I soon realised they were very sturdy.
And the great news, is that they’re very easy to install too. You just need the brackets which I got from ManoMano*, screwdriver, spirit level, screws and your wood.
Now a key point about the wood you choose. I’ll help you by saying I opted for 9mm thick OSB 3 chipboard. It’s light, sturdy and perfect in humid and damp conditions, as is my shed.
Avoid anything really heavy because you haven’t filled them yet!
And here’s my tutorial, put simply, but feel free to ask any questions below!
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*PR sample, although I was already a fan of London brackets anyway. This is NOT a sponsored post and all views are my own.