Reclaimed Wood Shelves We Love
If you’re looking for a simple way to update the look of a room or to add just a bit more stylish storage space, try reclaimed wood shelves. Here are 10 reclaimed wood shelves we love.
This is the perfect place to display a potted plant. It’s made from reclaimed cedar and the wood is sanded and darkened using an espresso finish, and then it’s given a protective clear coat for long-lasting shine. Build floating shelves to suit any room in your home.
Floating Rustic Shelf
For a more rustic look, these have a naturally aged look and no two shelves are the same. The shelf mounting system hides the hardware so all you see is the natural wood plank. Try hanging one or several together. Check out these easy shelf ideas to help you get organized.
Rustic Geometric Shelf
Add a rustic, farmhouse look to your home’s decor with this This shelf is the perfect size to display candles, framed pictures, trinkets and plants. Since each shelf is made of reclaimed wood, each one is unique. These simple no-shelf bookshelves will leave your guests scratching their heads.
This hand-made is made from reclaimed cedar. It’s 15 inches long and 6.5 inches deep, a great size to display books or larger items. “Product was exactly as described, beautifully constructed. Quickest fulfillment of an order I believe I have ever had. I would definitely order from this seller again,” said one buyer. Build some hexagon shelves that will look good in any room of your home.
Shelf with Storage Boxes
This wood shelf is the prefect size to hold a small plant or candles, and the storage boxes allow you to keep items such as car keys and your wallet so they don’t get misplaced. If you’re looking for a DIY project, try recreating the design and you can even make it bigger or smaller with a different word or phrase on the boxes.
Wood Shelf with Coat Rack
This uses reclaimed wood and old railroad spikes for the hooks. Available in various sizes, each rack is made-to-order and no two shelf/racks will be exactly the same. Learn how to make your own built-in shelves.
Rectangular Cutout Shelf
This is constructed out of 150-year-old pine beams. The shelf would be a great way to display items in the living room, such as books, family photos or items from a favorite vacation. These simple DIY low-tech wall shelf plans are customizable.
Rustic Victorian Shelf
This has a bit of a Victorian touch. The shelf is made from wood planks from a barn and eye-catching brackets that would look great in any home. You can build a leaning tower of shelves in just one day.
Hanging Reclaimed Wood Rope Shelf
Perfect for displaying your favorite items, this is made from reclaimed wood. With about 11 inches between shelves, you can display taller items. One buyer said the finished product looks great and is easy to hang. Try building this over-the-door display shelf for a bit of extra storage.
Rustic, Industrial Shelves
Rustic meets industrial in these The set of two shelves are made of reclaimed barn wood and the mounting hardware is included. You can choose from different sizes and stains, including coffee bean, natural or white wash. “Absolutely love these shelves! They are even more beautiful than I expected. Very sturdy and easy to hang. Perfect for our space,” said one buyer. Learn how to make a cottage shelf with branches.
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