How to Make a Stacked Tote Tower
Time Required: Under 2 hours
Getting organized can be a challenge. This guide will show you how to build a stacked storage tower you can use to stash away everything from toys in the playroom to baking supplies in the kitchen. Stain or paint the wood frame and you will have a handy storage solution that blends into any decor.
Lay two 30-inch boards vertically so that they are 17½ inches from outside edge to outside edge.
Attach one 17½-inch board across the top of the vertical boards so that it’s flush to the outside and top edges.
Place two 23¾-inch boards on end flush with the 16-inch cross boards and secure to each of the sides. These create the stops for the plastic bins.
Turn the final 23¾-inch board on its side and place between the front legs flush with the bottom of the legs. Secure with screws.