Storage is always an issue in a #MakerSpace, and a garage/shop is no exception. Between tools and materials, there is so much "stuff". I have a tough time throwing away "scrap" wood ; I think I can aways use it for something down the road, even as simple as being a spacer or wedge. I also have some good hardwood waiting for warmer weather and projects (winter is cold in a detached garage). it was 50 degrees (F) and sunny on a February Sunday, which means a good day to work in the garage. I decided to set up some horizontal wood racks. My garage is unfinished, therefore the studs are showing and are easy to attach things to (all 3 walls have an assortment of shelves and hooks).
I created 3 "shelves" for wood. They are made by attaching 14" long supports to 6 studs (18 total supports). Each support was made from scrap wood. They range from 3"- 4" wide and I also cut a 2 degree angle at the base to get a little "lean back" using my mitre saw (some I had to rip, some as is). About 4 inches in from the back end I cut a taper to 1 1/2" at the "sticking out" end. I used the band saw to cut the taper, it didn't have to be anything perfect, so I free handed them, quick and easy. I used a clamp to hold in place, pre-drilled 3 holes and used screws to attach. Instead of measuring down from the top or up from the floor to locate each subsequent support, I used a level. I placed it on the one and marked the next stud where it was level. I decided to put a shelf in the corner above my tires (I have 2 sets of tires, one winter, one all season). This shelf is for my scrap hardwood. It has 2 - 2x4's for left and back support, as well as a support like the wood racks for the right side. The final thing I did was attach a strip of scrap molding on the underside the left 3, bottom rack supports as a place to store my growing collection of clamps (you can never have too many clamps)
The video just talks about this... It does not show the steps in progress (sorry).