Submitted by Lady Goats on Tue, 01/10/2012 - 11:11

When I saw Ana post this shelf to Facebook, I stopped what I was doing and got to building it. I think it was about 3 hours after she'd posted it that I had this thing built and ready for the first coat of paint (and I cooked dinner during that time). It's perfect for the big kid's jackets/backpack/shoes when she comes home from school (I hung it at kid's console table height so she can hang her stuff and access the top). So far it's worked perfectly, and she just LOVES it.

Built from Plan(s)
Estimated Cost
$3.20 for the hooks
Estimated Time Investment
An Hour or Two (0-2 Hours)
Type of Wood
Purebond Ply for the sides, scrap 1x2 and 1x8 pine boards for the top/hook sppt
Finish Used
Lowe's super cheap-o spray paint (like $0.98 per bottle) left over from another project, and zebra pattern painted on with acrylic paints/sealed with poly.
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