Perfect for the hall, kitchen or mudroom – wherever you may be short on closet space – what you need is always ready to grab and go.
Overall dimensions – 48″w x 9″h x 5″d
Multi-purpose 3-in-1 design:
- 9 pegs for hanging hats, coats, scarves, purses, pet leashes and more
- 8 cubbies for gloves, sunglasses, keys, and wallets,
- Display shelf for photos and collectables,
The inspiration for this design came from a trip to the local home building centre where I saw a stack of 96″ x 12″ MDF ‘Shelves’ for under $10.00 each. These are 12″ wide strips cut from full sheets of 5/8″ or 3/4″ MDF by building centre staff. They’re perfect for small home DIY projects and can fit in an SUV and many cars.
MDF or (Medium Density Fibreboard) is inexpensive and easy to work with using standard woodworking tools. This project is made from just one of these shelves.
Build Your Own Stonehaven Cubby Coat Rack
This MDF coat rack makes a great beginner’s woodworking project as well. With a few basic woodworking skills, common workshop tools, and our easy-to-follow woodworking plans, you can build your own Cubby Coat Rack.
These plans include:
- dimensioned drawings
- colour photographs
- materials and hardware list
- complete step-by-step instructions
— all in an 9-page printable PDF file that you won’t find anywhere else.
(To check out the quality of the printable document you’ll get with Stonehaven woodworking plans, click on the small picture at right to download a FREE sample page.)
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These Stonehaven Cubby Coat Rack– woodworking plans are available for US $6.00 (plus GST/HST in Canada) — with secure online payment and instant delivery. Plans are supplied in printable PDF format.
Stonehaven woodworking plans are for your personal, non-commercial use only. For licensing arrangements to build and sell our designs, please contact us.
You can adapt these plans to fit your own home.
Joe Rogers sent me a picture showing how he adapted the Cubby Coat Rack plans to fit the wall space he had available. I love to see woodworkers take my ideas and improve or adapt them to suit their own situation.
Great Job Joe!