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Build a Rustic Shelf Tutorial

05 July 2011


Build Your Own Rustic Shelf, Tutorial

I have been trying to find something to fill up my wall in my living room.  I saw this fun shelf at Faded Country and I knew I had to make it.  I love the blogging world.  There are so many fun things to make!



Here is my shelf project.

Materials:
(1) 1x4x8  (cut the board in half so the wood is 4 feet long) (I had Home Depot cut my boards)
(1) 1x6x8  (Cut the board in half so the wood is 4 feet long)
Trim for top and bottom.
Wood Glue
nails (I used my brad nailer)
Something to hang it to the wall
Calking





 Opps! Just imagine the picture turned.


 After I had the trim on, I put calking on the trim and in the nail holes.  Let it dry.

 To get the distresed look, sand the board down so the stain shines through.  I actually put extra stain on the white paint to give it more of an antique look.
The hardest part of this shelf was the trim.  I have a hard time thinking about angles and putting them together.  I went through a lot of trim to get it right.  My husband does well at the angles, but I wanted to do it all by myself.   If I can do it, anyone can.  My husband did help me hang it.




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4 comments:

Meg July 5, 2011 at 5:42 PM  

So cute! I would love to make a version of this! Didn't Pottery Barn do something like this awhile ago, with a mantle? This is great! Thanks for the instructions.

Michele July 6, 2011 at 4:50 AM  

Great job! It looks beautiful, and I love the added accessories and pictures. Such a nice complete look. (I like when 'project' and 'complete' can be referenced together. haha)

Ruddy Lorrie July 6, 2011 at 12:19 PM  

That's awesome, I actually used this tutorial but used gutter guards instead of wood. With a splash of spray paint it looks really rustic.

gatheredinthekitchen.com July 20, 2011 at 12:35 AM  

I really like this shelf! I think that I'm going to make a few of these for my guest room! Thanks so much for showing how you made it!

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