Shelf Design Ideas

You can make your own shelf

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Helpful Shelves. (Photo Credits)

Shelves are extremely helpful when it comes o organizing and making a space look uncluttered.

But the reality is not all homes or offices automatically come with shelves that could suit the needs of its occupants.

Some occupants either hire a handyman, or if they only need a few, and they are a bit crafty and adventurous, could even try making their own.

Mamainthenow for instance shared some instructional guide on how to make a child-friendly shelf for the home or the room.  RictorConstruction Here

“To bring order to LEGO minifigure town, I had to do something, and do it swiftly. Last year I found the coolest shelves and after LEGOfying them (yes, that IS a word), the kids were immediately on board to organize and display our mighty (and growing) collection of LEGO minifigures. I love these little guys so much that I might just have to make a set of these shelves for our bedroom!”

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Check out the photos here.

 Create your own

DIY Pete meantime shared how to make a floating wooden shelf. View Page       

“We’ll start this project by marking and making cuts for all of the different pieces for the wood floating shelf. It basically consists of the 2×4 wood frame that screws into the studs in your wall and also the cedar picket shelf box that slides onto the frame. Take a look at the cut list in the free plans for dimensions and guidance. Sand the boards, once they’re cut to size.”

Get the whole instructional guide here.

More Ideas

Click Here Home DZINE shared inspiring shelf design ideas that can be implemented in any home.

“Reclaimed solid wood support beams add a rustic touch that is both modern and contemporary when used for chunky shelves.”

Check it out here.

Have you ever created a DIY Shelf?

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