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Issue 58 · On the Mountain · February 5, 2013

DIY: Rustic Wooden Shelves

Issue 58 · On the Mountain · February 5, 2013

More than cabin worthy, here's proof that some lengths of salvaged wood and brackets mounts can make great shelving displays.

Above: Reclaimed wood shelves with metal brackets. Photograph via Flickr.

Above: Extra long planks of wood on brackets create a wall of rustic wooden kitchen shelves. Photograph via Flickr.

Salvaged Wood Shelf

Above: Salvaged Wooden Shelves with iron brackets from West Elm. $79 to $99 depending on length

Above: A plank of wood serves as a bath tray in the home of Jason Gnewikow and Jeff Madalena. Photograph via Design Sponge.

Branch Brackets

Above: For a more rustic look Live Wire Farms offer wooden mounts made from branches. Each piece is custom made and differs in price depending on wood and size. Go to Branch Brackets from Live Wire Farm.

For more DIY shelving ideas, see "Bookshelf Systems, One Easy, One Difficult."

N.B.: This post is an update; the original story ran on October 23, 2008.

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