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DIY: Wooden Kitchen Shelf with Rail

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DIY: Wooden Kitchen Shelf with Rail

Sarah Lonsdale May 07, 2012

Spotted (and admired) at Manufactum: an ingenious Oak Wood Shelf with a hanging rail for kitchen necessities.

The simple floating oak box has a stainless steel bar beneath, perfect for hanging towels and utensils and ideal for small spaces, (we could also see this in a bathroom). The shelf has just come out in Germany- stay tuned for availability internationally; see details below on creating your own.

Above: The Wandregal Eichenholz (Oak Wood Shelf) is 90 centimeters wide; €240 from Manufactum.

Above: The Oak Wood Shelf shelf also comes in a 150 centimeter width; €290.

Above: To create a similar look, use a wall-mountable Billy Shelf; $50 from Ikea.

Above: On the underside of the Billy shelf, attach a Baren Towel Rail; $12.99 from Ikea.

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