Books are man’s best friends and keeping them arranged in a systematic way is indeed a mammoth task. Rather than spending an exorbitant amount in getting a bookshelf, give your creative self a chance and try your hands at making them at home using upcycled pallet woods. Before you raise your eyebrows considering the difficulty level, we have a host of tutorials at hand to make the process an interesting and fun-filled one.
The three shelves one on top of the other, hanging on your wall, helps to accommodate your books in a tidy way.
You can decorate the top with a lovely crochet tablecloth and settle your stack of books neatly in the shelves to follow.
The white paint on the shelf would give your room a unique look, though you may opt for shades matching your wall color.
You can have many of such shelves to store your bathroom accessories, kitchen utensils or anything else.
If you are designing the shelves for your kids’ room, then paint in vibrant colors to make them look attractive.
Apart from your books, you can also stack it with show pieces or other stuff.
By taking a cue from the above tutorials you can design a similar bench, painting it with the color of your choice to give it a bright and appealing look.
You can make your books readily available by designing your couch into a bookshelf. The steps are similar to the one in the tutorial, only the plywood being replaced by pallet wood.
Going by the given plan, your bookshelf making procedure would be an easier one.
This bookcase with its several compartments would indeed be a multipurpose one, accommodating your huge pile of books as well as other petty things that make your home untidy when scattered everywhere.
If you want a tall statured book shelf sitting in one corner of the room, then the given tutorial would provide you with a vivid idea of doing so. Instead of the door, you can use two big pallets along with wooden brackets for the shelves.
Convert your pallet crate into a stylish bookshelf by following the given tutorial.
With these several exciting plans in your kitty, get geared up for decorating your home with a host of stylish bookshelves.
Published on August 19th 2016 by Miranda Gibbs