Turn an old bookshelf into a bar cart by adding casters, rods and a wrap around frame.
Give them a lick of paint and some bold wallpaper and they can easily fit in a small space.
All you need is additional trim, a coat of pastel paint and extra fabric for the backing.
Drill curved pipes into the wall and adhere stained wood between them.
Stack a makeshift bookshelf with painted pallets for kids your kids bedroom, Paint, rope & nails and voila!
Use stained pine for the shelves, and cover that rust with a couple of coats of spray paint.
Paint it with chalk paint, add contact paper & attach bright fabric with pins and an elastic band pullback.
Paint your curb side find in blue, then cover the back boards with map contact paper. Gorgeous!
Refurbish two shelves by take out the backing, designing cut outs, painting in navy and adding lights.(Pretty Handy Girl
Get an improvised bookshelf by adding wooden spice racks to a reclaimed dresser.
Copy those magazine worthy bookcases by simply using painter’s tape to plan out the design. Paint & voila!
Make your own rustic bookshelf with two planks and a log of wood, a saw and a sander. So cool.
If your room is too small but you need the storage, nail boards together and attach them to the wall.
Turn a wicker basket into a bookshelf by ripping off the material and standing the metal frame upright.
Turn a yard sale vanity into a personalized bookshelf by decoupaging the top with your favorite prints.