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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Attach to Next Shelf

Flip the bottom shelf over so it rests on the second shelf. Screw the flanges into place. Tip: You may want to add four flanges positioned upside down on the bottom shelf to provide a level surface for the shelf.

Secure Remaining Tiers

Attach the flanges and galvanized pipes to the remaining tiers. Check to make sure all the screws are tightened down and secure.

Set Up Bookshelf

Once all the screws are in place, set up the bookshelf in desired location and display favorite books and collectibles.

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