This step by step tutorial of how to build homemade homesteading rustic wood shelves project is a great way to bring a part of nature into your home that also has function.
When you are looking to add some rustic charm to your home in the form of shelving units, you will want to take a peek at the instructions below to make some of the coolest shelves you have ever seen.
For this project, you’ll need some wood for the shelves and the support system along with glue, dowels, and pocket screws. As you build your shelving units, you might just find you need them throughout your home as they add a touch of flair with their modern design with some rustic touches. As a place for your belongings to sit in your home, you can’t ask for much better than these shelving units.
Gather these materials and tools:
Glue – I like TiteBond III, but most wood glues will be fine.
Dowels – to connect the shelves to the support pieces securely
Fine blade pull saw
Kreg jig (pocket screw kit)
Have you ever noticed that most of our homes are missing one element that we could always use more? It’s storage. We never seem to have enough storage for our many collections of books, souvenirs, and other collectibles that we want to showcase to the world that we’re proud of our belongings.
While we can easily go out and buy shelving units to create more storage in our homes, a lot of these may not last very long or they may not look just right with our décor, making them hard to blend into a room. While we want the shelving from some of these store-bought items, we don’t want them to be the focal point in most cases.
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