Completed another project for the wife. This one is a drying rack that is attached to the wall next to the washing machine. Just got it installed yesterday. As always, it is made of walnut, except for the dowel rods. I used plans from one of my woodworking magazines. Although the article said to not finish the dowels or the end pieces, I did urethane both. The rack will extend out for use and push back when not in use. The most difficult part was attaching the dowels to the end pieces. Once I figured out that you can make three units the same and then attach them together, it was easier.
Remember happy wife, happy life. I was lucky to have a place right beside the washing machine to mount to wall. It save several step from the old style floor model she was using. And yess, I did ask her if she wanted it before building one.
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