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DIY Pallet Bookshelves

originally posted at our blog: http://www.simplydixon.com/2013/02/04/diy-pa...

Chances are, you've already seen the idea for making bookshelves from a pallet here, here or here. It's one of those projects that seems super easy, cheap and fun to do, and it is. The hardest part of this project is finding a good pallet to use. These plans work for a pallet that has 6 boards on the top and 4 on the back. I'm sure you can figure out how to do other pallet types, but this is what we got. DIY Pallet Bookshelves

Difficulty: Moderate
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  • FunkyJunk Interiors - Donna
    LOVE your shelves! Gotta love a prebuilt project too. :)
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  • Gail Salminen
    Jeremy Dixon - what great and economical idea. Thanks for sharing, I have pinned it to Pinterest :)
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  • Becky
    Becky Blair, NE
    Brilliant!
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  • Miriam I
    Miriam I New York, NY
    Thank you so much for the detailed tutorial! I would LOVE to try this!
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  • Jeremy Dixon
    Jeremy Dixon Clarksville, TN
    Thanks everybody! they were really fun to make and it's cool to see the kids get good use of them!
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  • Jenna, SAS Interiors
    Jenna, SAS Interiors Saratoga Springs, NY
    LOVE your pallet shelves! They came out great
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  • Carole
    Carole Douglasville, GA
    What a good idea, and you did a great job. Will be trying this. thanks
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  • Susan P
    Susan P Marlow, OK
    You could use those outdoors, filled with succulents. How clever!
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  • Bonnie Powers
    Bonnie Powers Birmingham, AL
    Great idea, especially for my 6 year old and all her books!
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  • Jeremy Dixon
    Jeremy Dixon Clarksville, TN
    they do hold a good amount of books, and since they're pretty solid you can pack them pretty full without worrying about breaking them...
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  • Wendy Bearden
    Wendy Bearden Hardin, TX
    I love this. I will have to try asap. Thank you for the tutorial.
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  • Sondra A
    Sondra A Janesville, WI
    Looks very nice, and so practical, too.
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  • Maria Salcedo
    Maria Salcedo Chicago, IL
    This is a wonderful idea for all my mags that I refuse to throw away!! LoL....Now I can stop saving my cereal boxes and transfer the mags (and the ones still in crates) to these neat pallets!!! Thank You, Thank You, Thank You. NOW on the hunt for pallets.
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