Reclaimed-Wood Wall Shelves
Make rustic wood wall shelves in minutes from discarded pallets to keep cookbooks, dishes, bottles and other kitchen accessories within reach.
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- discarded wood pallet (will create 2 wall shelves)
- 1x4 board, 72" long
- (24) 2" finish nails
- jigsaw with wood-cutting blade
- measuring tape
- hammer or pneumatic nailer
- picture-frame mounting kit
- safety glasses
- hearing protection
Wearing safety glasses and ear protection, cut pallet into three pieces as shown in photo. Two pallet shelves can be made from each pallet.
Measure Bottom of Pallet Shelf
Measure all openings on bottoms of pallet shelves. Cut 1x4 boards to these measurements.
Attach Shelf Bottoms
Nail 1x4 boards to the inside of the pallet shelves with 2-inch finish nails. Tip: Use a pneumatic nailer as shown in photograph for faster results.
Open shelving in the kitchen is a great way to display antique dishware.