Snowboard shelf

Sporty flair for your kitchen
Cool snowboard shelf

Glasses, salt shakers and the like can now sit stylishly on this trendy kitchen snowboard shelf.

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    Is winter now over and your snowboard has done its job? That’s still no reason to throw it away! Give your old board a new lease on life as a trendy kitchen shelf.

    You don’t need much more than a rope, carabiner hook and a little DIY skill to make your snowboard a sporty eye-catcher for the kitchen.

    • Easy
      Easy tools
      When you want simplicity.
    • Universal
      Universal tools
      Versatility for more.
    • Advanced
      Advanced tools
      When you seek the best.

    Required power tools:

    Other accessories:

    • 10 mm metal drill bit
    • Pencil

    Required materials:

    • Old snowboard
    • Plaited rope, red/white
    • Carabiner hook
    • Eyeplates
    • Spring eyelets
    • Metal ring

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    Old snowboard


    Plaited rope, red/white, by the metre

    3.5 m

    9 mm



    Carabiner hook

    80 mm

    8 mm






    Spring eyelets

    10 mm



    Metal ring

    30 mm


    Sanding down the snowboard

    1 - Sanding down the snowboard
    Sanding down the snowboard

    First sand down the edges of the cleaned snowboard. This is really easy to do with a multi-sander. On the back of the board, mark four holes which will be used to hang it up. Also transfer these hole spacings onto the wall.


    Fastening the rope

    2 - Fastening the rope
    Fastening the rope

    Use a combi drill to drill the holes in the board. Note: Use a metal drill bit on a snowboard that has a metal core. Then decide how high you want the shelf to be and fasten the rope to the snowboard with a knot at each hole.


    Fitting the carabiner hook

    3 - Fitting the carabiner hook
    Fitting the carabiner hook

    Use a masonry drill bit in the combi drill to drill the holes in the wall. Then drill the holes and insert wall plugs. Fit the spring eyelet and the eyeplate, and connect the carabiner hooks.


    Hanging the shelf

    4 - Hanging the shelf
    Hanging the shelf

    Finally, feed the ropes through the carabiner and now your speedy shelf is finished!

    Legal note

    Bosch does not accept any responsibility for the instructions stored here. Bosch would also like to point out that you follow these instructions at your own risk. For your own safety, please take all the necessary precautions.


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