If you have kids, you know that they come with books. Lots and lots of books. With twin toddlers, Nick of The Sawdust Maker was starting to feel like they were being buried in books. His wife knew it was time to find the perfect book storage solution and gave Nick the task of building […Read More]
After getting bunk beds for her boys’ room, Jen from Scissors and Spatulas wanted a wall-hanging book bin like those from Land of Nod for her little guy on the top. There was no way though she was paying $70 for “a few pieces of wood.” Jen’s hubby grabbed some scrap wood and trim pieces from the garage and put a book rack together with just a few screws and nails.
Jen painted it blue, and it’s just like the real deal. The only difference… about $65!
Last summer I shared on Infarrantly Creative a hutch that I turned into a book rack for my daughter’s bedroom. This was an essential piece for the room, as it filled a void and really finished off the space. It’s perfect by the glider because it allows Kayla to easily select a book by displaying […Read More]
Red from That Red Headed Stepchild is a lucky woman to be married to a man with some serious woodworking skills. After checking out Ana White’s plans and making a few modifications of his own, hubs set to work and created this beauty! I love how the books face forward so little ones can actually […Read More]
Michell from Girl In Air created this tree bookshelf as a place to display cookbooks in her kitchen. Michell used her jigsaw to cut the trunk and branches from some scrap wood. She also used leftover paint from her kitchen, making this project totally FREE! What a totally original way to store books. I can […Read More]