Build A Diy Rustic Industrial Shoe Storage Shelving Unit That Moves
Build a diy rustic industrial shoe storage shelving unit that moves is post about How To bookmarked by marc with ID 11713193734 was uploaded on 05-03-2019 and has been viewed 203,828 times.
We keep buying shelves, but never seem to have enough of them when we need them the most.The closet's all stocked and the empty ones are full.So how do you get more space for your stuff, especially a massive shoe collection? Enter the DIY Industrial Shelving Unit built by The Rehab Life that you can make for yourself.
The most convenient part about this shelf is that it has wheels to move to your bidding without sacrificing style and charm.Follow this simple tutorial in building a rustic industrial shelving unit that moves.
Table of Contents [show] What You'll Need:3 pcs.2'x12' x4ft boards8 pcs.3/4' floor flanges4 pcs.3/4" galvanized pipes (8')4 pcs.3' steel caster wheelshammersmall chisel/ screwdriver (optional)sanding blockpaint brush/ ragwood stainpolyurethanescrews (1 1/4")Step 1: Pound the boards with your hammer The 2'x12' boards already have the perfect size for this shelf, so you won't be cutting them anymore.
Instead, proceed directly to distressing these boards with your hammer to give them that rustic look.You can also poke holes and make scratches on them using a small chisel or a screwdriver.Step 2: Sand the boards Use your sanding block to smoothen the edges and to get rid of miller marks.
Step 3: Apply...