Home Furniture. Published at Monday, September 17th 2018, 18:16:47 PM by admin.
Shelves and racks are two similar terms that usually used to call the boards that used to place things like books and other small decorations. Shelves can be stand alone on the floor or attached on the wall. The popular type of shelf nowadays is the wall shelf or floating wall shelf. But this time, we’ll talk about the rack type or the standing shelves. The standing shelves that we’ll talk about are the shelves that made personally by the owner of the shelves. We usually call it DIY shelves. This project is basically creating new shelves from old things or unused things in our house. That sounds interesting, right?
There’s a DIY shelves project from Rustic Furniture called Branch Shelves. This shelf has rustic and unique look thanks to the branches that used as the support and the old boards as the place for placing the decorations. You can go find solid branches then cut them in the same height for about one meter. After that, you need to find unused boards and polished them. The next step is combining the branches to get the frame, and then cut the boards in the length that suit the frame. You can put three boards in that frame. And after that, you can just put the decorations on it.
There’s also a DIY shelves project called Leaning Shelf. This is a simple and easy model of the shelves. First of all, you need a long solid board with length is about 150 cm. After that, find other small boards, it can be from the same kind of board, and cut it in square shape with length of each side is about 20 cm. And then, you need to attach four or five small boards on the long board. And finally, you can place the long board horizontally on the wall. Instead of attached it on the wall, you can just slightly lean the board so it won’t fall.
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