Boys Room Display Shelves

My new thing is hiding a stack of shelves behind an open door. There are so many rooms in my house that have this little piece of wasted space!

For my son Ethan's shelves, I made the 10-dollar ledges, but only 30 inches long. Also, because I used pocket holes to put them together, I made the "shelf" part from a 1x6, so they would have a little extra depth for showing off his treasures and lego projects.

These changed the entire look of the room. I love how they are out of the way, and are adding design to his room as well.

These were so easy to build!

Learn more on the blog post:
http://lassothemoon.typepad.com/lasso_the_moon/2013/08/boys-room-behind…

--Anna

Estimated Cost
$20
Estimated Time Investment
An Hour or Two (0-2 Hours)
Type of Wood
common wood in 1x2, 1x4, and 1x6
Finish Used
behr havasu blue paint
I didn't need it to be smooth or shiny, so I used a $3 pot of test paint for all five shelves. A great way to save some cash!
Recommended Skill Level
Starter Project

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