Shelves and Sheds / Storage Boxes and Bins

Made by Peter Steady

My Winter Trek starts December and ends late March
May through November, I am at Home in the Great North Woods of New Hampshire

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I like to use my van for Winter Travel, so I needed a bed.
I wanted it to be light weight and as high to the ceiling as possible.
The lower the bed , the less storage space available.
And I wanted it to be a light frame that would be easy to remove

Bed Frame with Stud Bed Frame with no stud Bed Frame with platform

The bed frame started out 7 inches higher and with a center support for the frame.

Because the bed platform was made from 3/4 CDX Plywood, I was able to remove the center stud

And for the ease of sliding the storage boxes, I got rid of the 2"X 4" sole plates,

and went with a full 1/4 inch OSB panel on the bottom of the frame.

Van Floor Van Generator

Well I decided I better cover the van floor to protect it too.

Now it's time to make some storage boxes

To make as much use of storage room as possible I chose to make (4) boxes, 26 inches long, 16 inches tall , and 15 inches wide

The material is 1/4" OSB framed with a 2"X4" ripped into 3rds

The material is fastened with drywall screws and Titebond 3 water proof glue

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And the finished product is light, rugged, and stackable

I am offering boxes of any size. Made from any wooden material. With or without a cover. With or without a handle

If a cover is preferred it can be hinged, or just a simple top for stacking.

These boxes can be stacked any way and will not crush or collapse, with or without covers

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I am offering van "interior face lifts" for camping or any reason.

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