One of the most favorite storage organizers is shelves. They are relatively inexpensive and DIY-friendly. No wonder they have cornered the market for so long. And now, more and more homeowners take these storage organizers to the next level by making them look extraordinary and unique.
If you are looking for something that can make things at your home stay organized as well as decorating the interior, check out these 10 DIY shelf organizer ideas. As always this ideas are compiled for you by simphome.com
10. Put On Labels
Do you often mistake sugar for flour that you put on the shelf? It seems trivial, but can lead to a big trouble. You can solve this problem by putting on a label on each jar so you won’t do the same mistake anymore. Besides, the labels can improve the look of your shelf and kitchen, making them look tidier.
9. Wooden Crate Shoe Shelf
Before making the shelves, you need to get 6 wooden crates. If you already have them, good for you! You can save more time and money.
First, get 6 wooden crates, 4 3” swivel caster rubber wheels, small wood screws, and some other tools. Then, sand the surface of the crates so you can stain or paint them more easily. After that, screw the crates together and install the casters to the bottom. If you want the shelves to look rustic, sand them using a sanding block and some steel wools.
To do this easy project, get some poplar boards, lauan plywood, and brad nails. First, you’re going to need to install the poplar boards at the top and bottom of your shelf or cabinet using brad nails until it’s fully covered. Don’t forget to make a few millimeters gap between the poplar boards to insert the lauan plywood. Then, insert the lauan plywood, and you’re done!
7. Pull-Out Storage Idea
To make this cool shelf, you’re going to need 2 – 1 x 12 x 8′ pine boards, 2 – 1 x 12 x 4′ pine boards, 3 – 1 x 2 x 8′ pine boards, 2 – 1 x 3 x 8′ pine boards, 9 Ikea Trofast bins, gorilla wood glue, brad nailer, and wood stain.
To make these beautiful and functional pegboard organizers, you’re going to need 1/2″ thick plywood, 3/8″ drill bit, wood glue, clamps, chalked paint, and stencil.
You’re going to measure the plywood first. The size can be varied depending on how you want the organizer to be. But, make sure the back part of the organizer has to be longer because it will be hung to the pegboard. Then, cut the plywood.
Before assembling the pieces, drill two holes in the back. Then, you can now glue or nail the pieces together. Paint the organizers the color of your choice. You can also apply stencil if you like. And, finally, you can hang them on the pegboard.
5. Rustic “HOME” Wooden Shelf
Since you’re going to form H-O-M-E out of some pallet, you’d better draw your plan first before cutting up the pallet. Just a little tip, begin with the E. It would be easier. Assemble three pieces to the long board. The hardest part will be the M because it requires you to cut 45-degree angles. But, it’s not a big deal, though.
Once all the pieces have been assembled well, you can apply any finish you want. But whitewash it would enhance the rustic look.
You only need to get hexagonal gift boxes, hexagonal mirrored tiles, and double-sided wall mounting tape. Arrange and attach the tiles on the wall. Then, attach a gift box to the center of each mirror.
3. Floating Corner Shelves
What you need to do is just getting some boards or leftover, cut them into triangles, and attach them at a corner of your bedroom to store your caps, sunglasses, or decorative plants.
2. Throw-and-Go Toy Storage
Now you know how to make wonderful shelves from scratch. These DIY shelf organizer ideas are super easy, yet can give you all you need. A place to store your stuff? You get it! A decorative item that can jazz your home up? It’s got you covered! Image by Pinterest.com