DIY Industrial Shelves {Jonathan’s side of the room!}

January 20, 2014 AT 9:03 am 20 Comments

I wanted to show you the industrial shelves I made for Jonathan’s side of the room! diy wood rolling storage crates

I am not finished “styling” them, but it’s close enough. SmileI finally got the clips to hang his guitars yesterday, and Jonathan is thrilled to have the storage crates finished as well.

Today, I am guest posting at Tatertots and Jello and sharing how I made the rolling storage crates for Jonathan’s wall.

diy wood storage crates

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I will be sharing a post this week about how I made these shelves.  I tried to share it with you last week, but I just couldn’t get all my ducks in a row.

diy wood storage crates

I still have a little more to do to Luke’s wall, but I hope to finish it soon.  His bed comes out from his wall of industrial shelves, so I am trying to figure out what type of bedside lamp I want to use.

Hopefully, I will have an “a-ha!” moment and figure it out. Smile

That’s all for now, friends!  The boys do not have school today, so I am going to spend some time with them and get a few things done around the house.

 

I hope you have a blessed day!!!

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Comments

  1. Those are awesome!!!
    Lucky boys! I wish we could do that for our sons room…maybe one day ;)
    Sherry@The Impatient Remodelers recently posted..What I have Been Working On…

  2. Those are pretty darn cool….and your styling is perfect!
    sherry hart recently posted..BEFORE AND AFTER….THE REST OF THE ROOM

  3. I’m pinning this for when we actually get around to semi-finishing our basement and moving the ten year old boy to a room down there to make room for a new baby coming in just three short months!!!

  4. Looks great! Did this in my office at work, but could only find 6″ long pipes… where did you find those longer ones (look like 10-12″)? Going to do this again for the house so looking for a better way.

  5. That looks GREAT! A perfect look for boys.

  6. Love these industrial shelves. What was the cost?

  7. Love those!! I need to come and see their room soon!

  8. Those are great! I’m loving the industrial shelving I’m seeing these days. And my husband would totally be jealous– he doesn’t get to keep his guitars in the bedroom. :)
    Ceci Bean recently posted..Around the Town: The Newish Bay Bridge

  9. These are awesome! I just love the “rustic industrial” look and always drool when I see these types of shelving!
    Chrissy @ Adventures in DIY recently posted..Linen Closet ReOrganization Part 2

  10. Really cute. You should try a wall hung lamp; they have nice gooseneck Industrial looking ones at Ikea for cheap!

  11. I love the way this is looking, Traci! Bet the boys are thrilled!
    xo Heidi
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  12. Great job as usual. I agree with Teresa and go the industrial look for the light.

    God Bless

  13. Debbie Dunbar says:

    Looks great!

  14. Leslie Nyholm says:

    I love the look and all the storage. Aren’t you worried about the wheels on the bottom crates scuffing the wood floors?

  15. Love these shelves. I cannot wait to read more about how to make them. I am going to copy them!

  16. Traci, you have outdone yourself! These look amazing. What a great idea. Looking forward to the tutorial.
    Susan recently posted..Converting a cabinet to a trashcan (the epic snowball project strikes again)

  17. How about a plug-in sconce – or one that clips to one of the shelves?? Good luck!! Thanks for the great inspiration!
    Leah: )

  18. there are no words adequate enough. thanks for sharing.

  19. Love this! My son wants one for his room now. Great way to store his TV and gaming equipment.

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