Irma wood becomes bathroom furniture

I collected a lot of wood from our beach, after Hurricane Irma turned houses into matchsticks all over the islands. COVID lockdown gave enough time to make some pieces for the bathroom.
teak shelf
The landlord doesn’t like us drilling, so the teak (nice find on the beach) shelves are freestanding, using only gravity and a cammed edge at the mobility handle to hold them very securely in place.
teak shelf front view
The IKEA-inspired tower shelf latches over the top, and there is a small in-shower shelf to be added on the other side. The wood was previously painted and treated structural 6×3, sanded to leave distressed.
tower shelf

Published by boma23

Support manager for an IT Solutions provider in the BVI. Likes IT, tech, MMA, cars, bikes, machines with wheels, boats, sailing, sun, water and everything in between.

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