I’ve got a super-simple build for you today; this paint brush storage rack will take you a grand total of 20 minutes to build and will use up 4 pieces of scrap wood from your pile.
Cut two pieces of wood – I used 3/4″ plywood – to 7″ by 4″.
Cut two pieces of wood – again, the same or different, whatever floats your boat – to 3 1/2″ by 4″.
On one of your 7″ boards, draw a line every half inch running horizontally and vertically on the board face.
Drill holes on every other line, alternating at each row. Your drill holes can be larger and smaller to fit all of your paint brush collection. If you drill every marking (or rather every other marking) this should give you space to hold 77 paint brushes.
Glue the boards together to look like this:
and strengthen with two 1 1/2″ finishing nails on either side of the top and bottom.
That’s it – your paint brush storage rack is done!
Change it up and create one to house pencil crayons, pencils and/or pens. Make a larger one and store screwdrivers.
Have a great one!