David Goemans


Spice up Your Kitchen with Handmade Oak Spice Racks

If you're someone who loves to cook and experiment with new flavors, you know how important it is to have easy access to your spices. A good spice rack not only keeps your herbs and spices organized, but it can also add a touch of charm to your kitchen decor. That's why I'm excited to share these beautiful handmade oak spice racks with you.

The best part? These spice racks were made from leftover oak chair scraps, so they're not only functional, but eco-friendly too!

To create these racks, I used leftover oak chair scraps and various woodworking techniques, including cutting, sanding, and drilling. The result is a set of three identical spice racks, each with five compartments to store your favorite herbs and spices.

One of the standout features of these spice racks is their natural wood grain. I feed them with a simple coat of hard wax oil to preserve the natural look.

The racks are also incredibly easy to install. Simply attach them to your kitchen wall with screws or wall anchors (depending on the type of wall you have) and you're good to go.

If you're curious about how I made these spice racks, check out my instructional video below. I take you through each step of the process, from selecting the wood scraps to attaching the racks to the wall. It's a great way to see the process in action and get inspired for your own woodworking projects.

In conclusion, these handmade oak spice racks are the perfect addition to any kitchen. They're not only functional, but they also add a touch of natural beauty to your space. And since I made them from leftover oak chair scraps, you can feel good about reducing waste and giving new life to old materials. If you're looking for a fun weekend woodworking project, check out my instructional video and give these spice racks a try. Your taste buds (and your kitchen decor) will thank you!