Sunglasses have become an essential part of our day-to-day must-haves. While it pays to stick to a classic design for everyday use, there are some of us who collect sunglasses. It’s fun to mix and match, pairing them up with our outfit for the day.
The challenge with sunglasses, or with any other collection, for that matter, is proper storage. How do we keep them in good condition? Where do we put them?
Well, my friend, an avid sunglass collector, found the answer. She has long been obsessed with a sunglass rack that looks like the ones found in eyewear stores. But because it’s a bit on the expensive side, she looked for a DIY project that would allow her to make such rack.
This would require pretty straightforward woodworking skills. The result is both aesthetically good-looking and functional. If you’re anything like my friend, you’d love this. You can easily select which sunglass to use for the day. Additionally, because the rack stands against a wall, you’d save a lot of table space.
- 1 pc board – 6’x5 ½”x3/4” (cut into half)
- 2 pcs board – 6’x2 ½”x3/4” (cut into 5 ½” pieces)
- Wood stain
- Readynail sawtooth hanger
- Electric screwdriver
- Measuring tape
- Premium wiping cloths
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You can build your very own sunglass rack! Check out the step-by-step instructions here…