- 3 – 18”
Wooden Crates (available at Wal-Mart)
- 1 – 1”x 12”x
8’ shelf board
- 6 Bunn feet (we have a great selection of Bunn feet here)
- 2” Flat Quad
- 18 gauge
Brad nails (1” & 1-1/4”)
shelf board into 2-55” pieces. Paint the 3 crates, the bun feet & the shelf
boards (top & bottom) your desired color. Let dry thoroughly.
board upside down and position 4 bun feet evenly to outside corners. Secure in
place with 1-1/4” brad nails then set with your 2” flat quad screws. Take the
last 2 bun feet and position them in very center (front and back) and secure
them the same way.
Line up the
3 painted crates side by side and attach them together through the insides
using 1” brad nails. Center the attached
crates on the shelf board that has the bun feet attached. Using the 1-1/2” brad
nails, secure the crates to the base board by shooting it through the crates
and into the wood.
remaining 55” shelf board and position it on the top of the crates, making sure
to measure each overhang to make sure it is centered. Attach by shooting
through the top into the crates with 1-1/2” brad nails making sure the brads go
into the crates, especially on the corners and back. Putty and touch up paint on the brad nail
holes. Let dry thoroughly.
Heres one of our favorite Bunn feet - be sure to check out our Bunn feet collection here
Here's a super-easy, elegant accent shelf you can make in an afternoon.
1 Shelf board - 1” high x 6” deep - cut it to the length that will fit best in you home
molding the length of front and sides of shelf board and cut a 45 degree angle
on each end. [...]
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