Reclaimed wood shelves
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Check out our list of wall-mounted DIY shelving ideas to inspire your next project. These were built using pipe and Kee Klamp fittings.
Suzi Corwith saved to Kitchen
Styling your home with vintage homeware is a great way to add character to your home. We spoke to Jade McHugh, the interiors guru from the Instagram account @behindno16 to share our top tips for styling your home with vintage homeware.
Jack Wood saved to House design
You guys!!!!! The kitchen shelves are up! Now, if you've been reading the latest blog posts you know that this is just a temporary fix until our tile co
Kaitlyn Taylor saved to HOME
Rustic barn wood shelves for any room in your house. A cheap and easy DIY project that would look great with industrial and farmhouse decor.
Holly | DIY + Recipes + Design saved to DIY Crafts
Wood Floating Shelf 3-Inches Thick | 8-inches Deep| Rustic Shelf | Farmhouse Shelf | Floating Shelves | Handmade Shelf
***FREE SHIPPING*** !PRICING IS PER PINE WOOD SHELF! This beautiful floating wood shelf is the perfect shelving unit designed to work with any theme of décor, making them completely harmonious. The shelves are easy to install and made of strong top quality wood which we paint and finish according to your preference. Our wood floating shelves are sure to make a welcome addition to your home! ****PLEASE READ THE WHOLE DESCRIPTION BELOW. MOST QUESTIONS ARE ANSWERED. **** Default Dimension…
Stephanie Brady saved to Furniture
We are a Toronto and Hamilton supplier of reclaimed barn board & beams and live edge slabs. Custom furniture for commercial or residential.
Demjén Zsuzsa saved to My new home
Geometrical wallpaper in the laundry room, and those floors - so pretty!
JoAnne Highberger saved to New house redo
If you are like me, then you love the current trend of just about everything made from reclaimed or barn wood. If you are also like me, you A. Don't have reclaimed wood readily accessible and B. Are too big of a cheapskate to buy it even if you could. Don't worry, I've got a simple solution. Pallet wood makes for a good reclaimed substitute, but then I guess you really are "reclaiming" it and it isn't faux. Anyhoo, have you ever ripped apart pallets before? Its horrible. Maybe worse than…
Michelle Hawkins saved to DIY & Projects