Materials and tools
Two four-foot-tall cardboard tubes, one measuring 10 inches wide and the other One foot wide
Washers, bolts, plastic anchors, screws
1-2 inch wood planks
Cut each cardboard tube into smaller tubes of varying heights utilizing a jigsaw.
Cover the surface of each tube you have with contact paper. Cut away any excess paper with a utility knife.
Arrange the longer term tubes composition on to the floor. Fastern all together with washers and bolts
To create load-bearing braces, slide an item of wood that’s no less than an inch thick underneath one of many topmost tubes. Trace an arc down the top half of the tube’s interior onto the wood. Measure down two inches and draw another arc that connects to the first, creating a crescent shape. Repeat for the tubes on top row.
Utilize a jigsaw to reduce out crescents from wood, pursuing the shapes you drew. Drill a hole into the center of each shape.
Position the tubes on your wall. Lightly trace top arcs of each one topmost tube for the wall with pencil. Set all tubes aside and place braces so they align with drawn arcs. Drill holes to carry them and tap plastic anchors there.
Screw all braces towards the wall and hang the tubes onto them.
Fasten the tubes for the braces using screws.
Enjoy your modern and classy wall storage system that’s designed to accomodate your things.