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1  Shelves for the hall, with shoes... in Crafty Housewares: Completed Projects: General by Jonny boy on: May 03, 2011 08:52:45 AM
Well, I had the opportunity to come across several meters of 21 x 21 mm rods of pinewood. What would you do with such a pile of long thin wooden kind ofnon-cooked giant-sized spagetti, if not shelves for the entrance hall?

A lot of sawing, and a lot of sanding and glueing, and a little drilling and som pegs was all that  was to it. No nails, no screws used.

Dye staining (water soluble, applied with a brush) in the three colors of dark oak, brandy and dark gren makes it look like it has been standing in the forest for twenty years or so...  Smiley

A very boring radiator is now hidden behind the shelves.

Very simple, and very easy to make.

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