I attached aluminum L-chanel to the window frame using the original screw attachments, and to the side shelves.
I'm just not understanding how this attachment is done. Do you remove the original screw, but use the same hole in the shell and double up on the items using the hole and replace the screw? (I'm guessing you need to get some of these screws, nuts and other parts from Scamp
?). I guess you could double up on those screws holding the curtain rods for some other attachment points.
I'd like close up pictures of how this is done. Also you had to modify the wire shelf by cutting the back, I've seen the use of cardboard template, but what tool used to cut the wires? (I'm pretty ignorant of all this handyman stuff - need any art advice?)
I have a Scamp 13 with a rear cabinet, but I'm thinking it would be nice to have wire racks between the rear cabinet and the closet wall on one side and the kitchen cabinet on the other. (For lightweight stuff like pillows.) I might also like to add a wire rack on the front end, but there are fewer screws up in that area.
I'm not actually DOING any of this yet, but am storing away all these ideas!