Kitchen Display Unit


Do you love spending time in the kitchen, but don't have enough storage space for all of your spices and herbs? Do you need a charcuterie rack to store your platters and boards?


Not only is this a great way to save space, but it also looks beautiful and adds a touch of personality to your kitchen. So what are you waiting for? Get started on your DIY spice rack today!


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Measure your space

As always, our first step is going to be to measure our space. We want to make sure that we have enough room for all of our spices, as well as any other tools or materials we might need.

Design your rack

Once you have your measurements, you can start planning out the design of your rack. Will it be a single row or a double row? How wide do you want it to be?

You can also decide how you want to mount it. There are a few different options, such as simple nails or screws or adhesives. Just make sure that whatever option you choose is strong enough to hold all of your spices!

Gather your tools and materials

Now that you know what you need, it's time to gather your tools and materials. For this project, you'll need:
  • A drill
  • Drill bits
  • Measuring tape
  • Level
  • Hammer
  • Nails and screws
  • Pine strip wood

Step 1: Build your spice rack's shelves

The first step is to build the shelves for your rack

  • Cut your pine strip wood into pieces that are the same length and width as you want your shelves to be.
  • Once you have all of your pieces cut, it's time to start putting them together. If you're using nails, Hammer two nails into each end of each shelf piece. Make sure that the nails are going in at a slight angle so that they'll grip the wood better.
  • If you're using screws, drill a pilot hole into each end of each shelf piece before screwing them together. This will make it easier to screw the pieces together and will prevent the wood from splitting.

Step 2: Install your shelves

Now that all of your shelves are built, it's time to install them on the wall.
  • If you're using nails, find the studs in your wall and hammer the nails into the studs. If you don't have any studs in your chosen spot, you can use wall anchors.
  • If you're using screws, again, find the studs in your wall and screw the shelves into the studs. If there are no studs available, use wall anchors.
  • If you're using adhesive, apply the adhesive to the back of each shelf and then press the shelves onto the wall. Leave the shelves to dry for the amount of time specified by the adhesive manufacturer.

Step 3: Add your spices

Now that your spice rack is built and installed, it's time to start filling it up! Add all of your favourite spices to their new home and enjoy being able to see all of them at once instead of rummaging through a drawer or cabinet every time you need something.

Simple and easy

So there you have it, a simple and easy guide to building your own wall-mounted spice rack. With just a few supplies and some basic tools, you can have a beautiful and functional space-saving solution for all of your spices.

Give it a try today! Spice up your life with this great kitchen DIY project.

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