When mom and crafter Tara of Tara Michelle Interiors was in the market for a brand-new bookshelf, she opted to go the DIY route.
Not only was she working with a smaller seat, “shes been” didn’t want to spend a ton, and was after something more unique than boring, big-box alternatives.
What she did next with a cluster of inexpensive wooden boxes might stimulate you to follow in her shrewd footsteps. The beautiful results of merely a few the working hours ogle positively professional!
First, you’ll require some boxes. If you’re lucky, you can find these outside of grocery stores, in junkyards, or if you’re not into hunting, at your neighbourhood hardware accumulation or Home Depot.
Tara recommends these additional tools and materials…
8 unfinished timber boxes a sander or merely a few grades of sandpaper 6-8 sponge brushings( she found they smashed after one or two boxes) rags a plastic tablecloth Minwax stain — 946 ml can( opt whichever hue you’d like) Minwax paste( optional) drill or screwdriver 1″ pins l-bracket to connect the event to the wall