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DIY Wood Drawer Wall Shelf

Is your room small and stuffed? Have you been searching for a storage solution? Perhaps you would like to reinvent your room and give life to your empty walls? Well here is something that might turn your head for a unique and customizable appearance.

This is a shelf anchored to a wall. No space is used up and instead actually creates more space for you to use. You can use it to display your books, lamps, photographs, certificates, alarm clocks, medals, and trophies. It is cheap and requires a few materials to create. The best part about it is that you don’t need to hire a specialist for it as you can simply do it yourself by following the steps below. And you can easily do this when you take a break from your online casino gaming.

What You Will Need

  • Super Glue ( ideal for wood)
  • Sandpaper
  • Stencil
  • Drill and Screws
  • 1.25 cm cup hooks
  • Sponge Brush
  • Drawer Organizers (Bamboo)
  • Clamps
  • Stencil Adhesive spray
  • Multi-Surface Paint
  • Level


Step 1

Identify arrangements suited for your space and needs. Check to see if objects intended for storage will fit the arrangement.

Step 2

Next up is to adhere the pieces together.  Use the sandpaper to sand the areas that will be adhered to.  Coat both sides of the wood with a thin layer of glue using the sponge brush.  Wipe off any excess and allow for the glue to dry.

Step 3

We then use our stencil for decoration.  The adhesive spray helps to stencil in place otherwise without it would smudge and ruin everything. Then use the sponge brush; dip it in paint and gently stroke a light layer of paint and slowly increasing murkiness. Avoid bleeding the paint under the stencil as a result of too much paint. Stencil around the drawer and allow for it to dry.

Step 4

Once the glue has dried up completely, we can start preparing to hang it.  You then drill holes large enough to accommodate the screws on each side of the unit.

Step 5

Hang the shelf where you want. Ensure it is straight by using your level to mark the holes drilled in the previous step. Finishing off by hand screwing the screws into place.