Introduction: Reclaimed Wood Wall Shelf
Put some character onto your blank wall by filling up space and displaying your knickknacks!
Step 1: Find Your Materials
I used 6 bed slats that I had laying around.
Step 2: Make the Frame
By nailing the corners as seen. I used nails from a random box I found in my kitchen shelves. BTW: All the slats are the same size.
Step 3: Insert a Shelf
Use the fifth slat and nail it in place at the height u feel would be useful for you.
Step 4: Build the Insert
Cut the sixth (last slat) in half or at whatever random (near mid-length) you desire, and nail it in place as shown. You can even put it on the other side... I don't know why mine ended up on the left side, but I could've easily just flipped the end result around, too.
Step 5: Inspect
Inspect your work and add some Mug Hooks on the bottom. 4 can be had from your local hardware store for around 99 cents:)
Step 6: Fill It!
Place random things in it, and hang your hats or coats! Now, you have a place to show off your knickknacks and pictures yada yadas n such.
You can always:
-Stain or paint the wood w your favorite color(s).
-Use different hooks that match your style.
-Distress or age the wood.
-Do whatever floats your boat...
-You can even nail sheet metal as a backing in the small shelf for added strength, and use it as a magnet for memos n notes!
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