This Restoration Hardware inspired rolling shelves project brings an industrial look that can definitely work in any decor style.
I think with it’s slight twist, it’s even better than the original from RH – and costs so much less!
Rolling Shelves Project Summary
Jennifer of Dear Lillie has recently tackled a few projects in her dining room including building this set of industrial shelves for a bare wall that had been driving her crazy.
After also building a dining table for the space, Jennifer says she wanted a simple project, and these shelves definitely fit the bill!
They only took about three hours to build and another three to sand and stain. Plus they came in around $125, which includes the hardware and casters that give it that gorgeous industrial look.
You could easily add the metal bars from the original and of course choose a lighter stain color.
Also up for changing is the height and width. Customize to fit your space and roll this baby out of the way when needed!
Keep in mind that casters or rollers can either be affordable or downright expensive. Make sure you don’t spend more than about $15 for your set of four. If you have a Harbor Freight nearby, start there first.
Jennifer was inspired by the Wood and Steel Shelving from Restoration Hardware.
Where to See It
Jennifer shares exactly how she built her rolling shelf at Dear Lillie.
Her cut list and supply list will get you on your way.