Keeping the Nintendo Switch on the floor was too cluttered so I made this floating shelf out of a piece of walnut that I have had sitting around for years! Now the components are neatly stored under the TV on the wall. Using a “Keyhole Router Bit” I was able to make this project happen easily. Link for the router bit and details below. Hope you enjoy!
Here’s the video on YouTube and feel free to scroll down for some details!
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