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Old 10-27-2020, 11:58 AM   #1
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Hi, I have a 2014 Scamp Deluxe. Iíd like ideas (and possibly photos) for storage shelving in the bathroom/shower space. We donít have a bathroom in there now and use it for storage, but I donít think Iíve got the most ideal space usage. Iíd be interested in what others have done. Thanks, Dave.
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Hi, I have a 2014 Scamp Deluxe. Iíd like ideas (and possibly photos) for storage shelving in the bathroom/shower space. We donít have a bathroom in there now and use it for storage, but I donít think Iíve got the most ideal space usage. Iíd be interested in what others have done. Thanks, Dave.

I have never done it either, but I did add shelves to my closet. The shelves are not only rounded but get smaller with each inch that you go up or down from the belly band. I cut corrugated boxes into patterns for each level and used them to mark the plywood. Then I cut the PVC pipe to the correct length to hold each one tight.
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I have never done it either, but I did add shelves to my closet. The shelves are not only rounded but get smaller with each inch that you go up or down from the belly band. I cut corrugated boxes into patterns for each level and used them to mark the plywood. Then I cut the PVC pipe to the correct length to hold each one tight.


Dave did you simply use pvc for leg supports and then attach shelves to each leg and then stacked the next leg and shelf on it... or is there something Iím missing... very nice looking by the way
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I used 1/2 inch plywood to make 2 1/2 inch wide pair of legs on both sides vertically, with a horizontal piece on the bottom and top (front to back). You can see the white support legs in the picture. I then drilled holes for shelf pins, so the shelves are adjustable. Finally, similar to above I used cardboard to create a pattern. Shelves are not identical. Painted to match closet and cabinet doors.

I used "shelf pins" like the Walmart link,

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Bulldog-H...-Pack/17474239

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Dave did you simply use pvc for leg supports and then attach shelves to each leg and then stacked the next leg and shelf on it... or is there something Iím missing... very nice looking by the way
Each shelf has four holes and the pipe sticks through. The shelf standard on the edge is to prevent bending of the plywood.
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Thanks All. These tips are very helpful.
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