How to Store Your Woodworking Projects for Maximum Space

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Woodworking is a great hobby that can lead to many great things. Some use woodworking as their profession and some are just in it for the love of creation. With woodworking comes many projects and items that you have made for your home, friends home’s, and objects that you made just because they look like fun to create. But where can you put all of your masterpieces when they are finished? You don’t want them to go unnoticed but where can you place them when you aren’t using them.. such as holiday decorations that you have made? Well here are some ideas for storing your woodwork pieces when you are finished with them.
Show them off.
Items such as baskets and other things that can be used to decorate your home can be placed on tables and shelves. If you have created shelves hang them in areas of your home that don’t have many decorations on the wall.
Store them in your shop.
If you don’t have that large of a workshop than this isn’t a good idea for you, but you have the room to spare or have a closet available in your shop carefully store your projects away until you can find a use for them elsewhere. Build shelves to show them off on your workshop walls, you can use them as inspiration when are stuck.
What to do with decorations.
If you have made many holiday decorations but you don’t know what to do with them when the holidays are over. Well just like any other decorations they can be stored under the stairs, in closets, or a storage unit you just have to carefully put them away so they don’t get ruined. Be sure you wrap them before you place them in boxes so they don’t get broken or ruined.
Why not get a storage unit?
If you have a storage unit, your projects can be put away in there. Again, of course you don’t want all your hard work to be ruined if it gets broken, so just be sure that you are carefully putting them away so nothing can get to them and they don’t get ruined.
Give your crafts away as gifts.
I’m sure your friends and family members would love to have your work displayed in their homes. If you really can’t find something to do with a project but you don’t want it to sit in a closet collecting dust, then give it to a friend or family member as a present.

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