Industrial Rustic Bookshelf

Combine reclaimed wood and galvanized black pipe to create a rugged bookshelf that adds texture and warmth to any room.

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Cut Wood

Measure, mark and cut five pieces of wood at 32 inches. Make sure to clamp down the wood when you cut it with a circular saw.

Mark for Flanges

Using a speed square and a pencil, mark one inch in from each corner. Then, pencil in a line vertically at one inch and horizontally at one inch. Lay the flange over the line, making sure the holes are aligned with the lines you've made. Repeat on all four corners. On the center shelves, mark your flange positions on the top and bottom of the wood. For the top and bottom shelves, you only need to mark flange positions on one side.

Pre-Drill Holes

Pre-drill holes over each mark for the flange screws.

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