Tuesday, February 21, 2017
You can make this any size you want, I made mine a little smaller than I wanted, but I needed it to fit on a certain wall, so I had to adjust the dimensions. Here's the size I used, but once again, you can adjust it to be wider and taller.
2- 1x2s @ 30"
5- 1x1s @ 12" (found in the molding aisle)
20- 1/4" dowels @ 3"
10 corner brackets
Drill and 1/4" drill bit
2 D-rings for hanging
Step 1: Cut the wood the length you need. My complete project was 30" high by 15" wide. So, my 1x2s are cut at 30" and my 1x1s are at 12".
Step 5: Add the dowels. I placed a drop of glue into each hole and then added the dowels as far as they could go in. You can use a hammer here also to make sure they are in. This is where you mugs will hang, so make sure they are secure!
Disclaimer: As with all projects on my site, make this at your own risk. I have made mine, and love it! When using power tools, follow all safety precautions and use your equipment as designed. My cups have yet to fall from the wall and break, but that doesn't mean yours won't, so please be sure to make sure the integrity of your piece meets the weight that you put on it!