|They also lack motivation.
|So much teal in one photo lol.
|One of my first attempts at trying to arrange the saddles without losing too much wall space.
|When I finally realized I have TOO MANY RACKS and needed to look at wall mount ones.
|1 - eight foot landscape timber, cut into 4 equal lengths
|Playing around with the measurements. The existing racks I have are 16" between the top and bottom rack, but since I bought those braces and they come down a little farther than I was comfortable with, we scooted things a little farther apart.
|Screwed to the board ready for stain.
|But then I slapped stain on them anyway. I had plenty of stain, why not?
|The noodles resisting my efforts to wrap them around the timbers.
|Installing them in the shed. The braces were actually probably overkill, but on two of the racks I am going to store my HEAVY Spanish saddles, so I built bigger than necessary.
|Not too shabby! Depending on the saddle style though, the top brace does eat into the available space on the lower rack, so maybe wouldn't work well for a western saddle with a horn/higher cantle.
|He ran out of screws and went to get more and while he was gone I put saddles on the first two lol.