Many of the projects I have shared in the past are the culmination of an extended planning and design phase that begins with a germ of an idea.
A good example is this post from 2013. As I mentioned in the post, it was several years from my initial and somewhat vague idea until the shelving became a reality.
I have a new plan, which, as the title of this post suggests, is currently being designed. I am optimistic that the germination of this idea will not be quite so drawn out.
We have a frame from an old day bed to which GMan attached some small mesh. It was going to be a large sieve for soil but it is really not necessary where we live. Instead, we have used it to store pumpkins under the house. It is perfect because the mesh is an inch or two above the floor and allows the air to circulate.
However, the downside is the amount of floor space which it takes up. So, the other day I suggested to GMan that we could suspend it from the ceiling using a pulley system. Now we just need to work out the details. Thanks to Google and Pinterest we have got some ideas. Something like this, perhaps?
Once we have worked out what hardware and rope/cord we need, I think it should be relatively simple to assemble.
This is the area that we have identified from which we could suspend the rack. It would provide even more air circulation and not take up valuable floor space so seems like a winner.
Watch this space for the results and hopefully it will be a matter of months, not years before it becomes a reality.