Amanda from Old House to New Home was in search of some shelves for her living room walls when she came across Pottery Barn’s popular Holman Ledge. She knew spending $180 on two ledges was out-of-the-question, so Amanda hopped online in search of a DIY solution. Lo and behold, the Shanty sisters delivered with a […Read More]
A couple of weeks ago I shared how Corey from Sawdust 2 Stitches performed a DIY miracle by turning a cheapo set of cubbies from IKEA into a Pottery Barn inspired apothecary cabinet. Well, she’s up to her old tricks again! This time on Remodelaholic Corey shows you how she turned an IKEA ledge into […Read More]
When planning the designs for her kids’ new bedrooms, Deb from Seeking Lavender Lane came across an “extremely unique and quite marvelous” pipe and rope wall shelf. Deb was able to convince her husband to tackle the project, and he totally came through with this awesome industrial style shelf that is spot-on for the inspiration! […Read More]
Angie from Inspiring Hearts and Home shares how she added storage to her kiddos’ bathroom with a nautical swing shelf. I love the beachy look of the rope and weathered wood, and the fact that it cost less than $10 makes me love it all the more. This shelf is perfect for any space where […Read More]
Wood stain, scrap wood from the garage, and a handy husband were all the ingredients Annisa from A Pretty Happy Home needed to make an even better shelf than Pottery Barn’s Holman Ledge. Annisa used her 5-ft long shelves for a special purpose – to display clothing sketches her mom made when she went to […Read More]
You may remember the DIY potting bench I shared a few weeks ago that marked Susan from Between Naps on the Porch’s debut in the world of woodworking. Well, Susan is back with another build – a cubby organizer that she built for her office following plans from Ana White. Susan encountered a few bumps along the way and shares everything she learned for those of you who want to build your own. With a savings of over $100 from the Pottery Barn inspiration, Susan says she can “see why this building stuff is so addictive!”
Krista of The Happy Housie created some simple wall shelves for her boys’ bedroom to store their beloved and ever-growing collection of books. In addition to providing storage, these ledges put the books on display and turn them into artwork. Krista says, “With a few cuts of wood, some screws, and some paint, you can create DIY book display shelves for $5 each rather than the $59 per shelf you would pay at PB Kids.”
Years ago Kristi of The Speckled Dog gave her husband a picture of a decorative ledge she’d torn from the pages of her Pottery Barn catalog. The clipping found a home in Kristi’s garage where it sat for four years until Kristi again asked her hubs when he might have time to make her one. Just a few hours later, Kristi was greeted with a ledge made from scrap molding and a few boards. Kristi took over there, finishing the ledge with a creamy white milk paint and giving it a gorgeous chippy finish. Sorry, Pottery Barn, but I totally like Kristi’s more!