This is a super easy way to add character to a blank wall!!
You can find the inspiration at Restoration Hardware! They are dreamy! Let's be real here- who can really justify over $500 on shelving??? Not me!!! Follow these 5 easy steps to achieve a similar look to Restoration Hardware's Distressed Pine Shelves!
*These supplies will make 2 shelves that are 10" deep and 3 feet long
4- Galvanized Pipe, 12 inches long with a 3/4" Diameter
4- Galvanized Floor Flanges with a 3/4" Fitting
4- Galvanized Caps 3/4" Diameter
1 Board 1x10 that is 6 feet long (1 inch thick, 10 inches wide, and 6 feet long)
Step By Step
Step 1: Assemble Galvanized Piping
Step 2: Paint all pieces
(I didn't have spray paint on hand so I painted mine with Valspar Paint and Primer in one)
Step 3:Cut your 6 foot board in half and sand the edges to remove any splintered wood. Varnish or paint the lumber. I used minwax stain and my go to color is Dark Walnut, it's a beautiful rich color!
Step 4: Spray the dried pipes and board with an acrylic finishing spray. Once dry attach to your wall! I enlisted the help of my husband for this. Make sure you hit studs so they stay in your wall.
Step 5: Have fun decorating your new shelving!!
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