Monday, November 22, 2010

Studio Space Saver

By Eleanor Hendriks

At this time of year I have ware boards of stuff everywhere and since the ware racks I've been dreaming of for more than 10 years haven't been executed yet, I had to come up with something to clear off some table surfaces so I could fill them up again. The worst culprits for wasting space are the flat ornaments and small trays that I make in big batches and then use as kiln filler.

So with a few construction offcuts of 2x2s and 2x4s I created this surprisingly stable stack of flat stuff next to my kiln.


Thanks to Matt of http://www.etsy.com/shop/MossBeachCeramics for the inspiration for this creation. His suggestion of stacking plates on bats using kiln furniture to save space (and even out drying) freed my mind from the need for actual shelving to put my boards on. This is a real "Why didn't I think of this earlier?" moment!

2 comments:

Patricia Griffin said...

Great idea! And one I can put to use right away. Thanks!

Lori Buff said...

Brilliant, and you could stack taller stuff just by using more 2x4's.

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