My son's preschool director ordered this fun shelf for her daughter-in-law for Mother's Day! How sweet and fun for me to get to chop up another pallet for a good cause!
This is very similar to another shelf I made and I explained it all there, so if you want the nitty gritty details head over to that post.
Basically, I cut off the bottom of a pallet, painted it white, then painted a chalkboard strip. I used epoxy to adhere the drawer pulls with the curtain rings. It is a great place to display kids artwork, take out menus, or grocery lists.
The shelves inside are big enough to hold coloring books and jars of supplies. Or, it could hold cook books and wine. It is pretty versatile and fun with the addition of the chalkboard paint. It would make a great kitchen command center as well as a kids crafty place!
I may make one for my kitchen, but in a nice dark blue color to better match our decor and contrast with our neutral wall color. What would you use this for and where would you put it?
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