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Chunky Floating Shelf DIY

  • August 7, 2014
  • By Sabine
  • 6 Comments

Floating shelves are everywhere these days… and I am not surprised since they are practical and pretty to look at. I needed a little something in my bathroom, which is on the smaller side. I decided a cabinet would be too large, so I created a floating shelf (I am currently working on shelf #2) instead.

I truly believe in reusing as much as I can. I had some old wood from an old fence and an extra piece of fiberglass panel from my shower project. Here is the tutorial I followed. I stained the wood with Minwax wood stain.

I love the fact that the wood is not perfect and the white fiberglass panel adds a nice contrast to the dark wood. The colors go well with my aqua walls and Java gel stained vanity and mirror.

 

By Sabine, August 7, 2014
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6 Comments
  • Jessica
    August 8, 2014

    thanks for the great idea and directions!!! Im so making this!!!!!

  • Val
    August 10, 2014

    Hi Sabine,

    I just love your shelf, especially the part where everything in it is from scraps. We have a small bathroom as well, so I may have to steal your idea!

    Val

    • sabines
      August 10, 2014

      Hi Val,

      If I can inspire just one person to reuse building materials, I am a happy girl. Floating shelves are great for a small bathroom. Have fun making them and thanks for stopping by.

  • Ashley @ 3 Little Greenwoods
    August 14, 2014

    I would love to have one of these in our guest bath. Thanks so much for the tutorial and inspiration.
    Thanks for sharing on Show-Licious. Pinning!
    ~ Ashley

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