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Reclaimed Wooden Shelving | Simple By Lacey | Woodworking Craftsman | Minimalism

Updated: Feb 2, 2020

When living in a tiny home you need to be creative! We needed storage, style and something that was able to fit into a small space. This reclaimed wood shelving was made with supplies we had stored in our barn and only took one day to complete!

Richard found the two, two by six's he wanted to use. We found these as scraps on the side of the road waiting to be picked up for the garbage. In the picture below Richard had just de-nailed them and cut them in half. The two inch thickness will give a nice depth to the over look of the shelving unit and make it more sturdy. The next process is going to be sanding smooth all of these pieces.

All sanded and ready to go, look at how beautiful these reclaimed wood pieces came out. They look brand new again. Ready for the next project ahead!

It all comes together

The design was simple but it provides adequate space for organization in our tiny home bathroom. The three shelves will give ample space to display all of my creams, essential oils and anything else I may need! All that is left is to get this reclaimed wooden shelving a nice paint job.

So what do you think? Let us hear your feedback! The reclaimed wood just displays its beauty, even under the white paint, by its knots that we made sure to display on every panel of wood showing. The white paint, the rope and the stainless steel hook, allows this minimalistic shelving system to look elegant and make a statement piece in our bathroom. To get more information, to have us create shelving to your specific needs, or to have a custom craft ordered please call or email us.

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