I’m so excited to share with you today a little project I’ve been mulling over in my mind for quite some time that’s finally came to be. I’ve added simple open farmhouse shelves to the corner space in the dining room.
I asked hubby when we moved in to make me a corner hutch, but you know how that goes? Sometime things get put on the back burner and never actually happen. Well I wasn’t about to wait any longer so I took matters into my own hands and came up with my own plan.
Granted it’s not a corner hutch by any means, but I like it just the same and the best part is when I get tired of it it’s easily removable. If it had been a big piece of furniture I’d have been stuck with it, or at least felt like I would’ve.
I picked up 10 – 99 cent shelve brackets, (spray painted them with ORB) and used pine boards we already had, gave them a coat of white chalk paint and started putting it all together. I used my Valentine gift from a few years ago to cut the boards to size. I was quite proud of myself, I even got out the level and made sure everything was perfect. I’m normally the stand back and eye ball it type of person, but not this time.
If you follow me on INSTAGRAM you’ve been able to see the progress and the shelves getting styled (which is the funnest part). I really wish I’d tackled the project much sooner, it takes up that awkward space and gives me another spot to decorate.
I’ve been on a building mission so come back and see the other projects I’ve been making. Once I got that miter saw out there was no stopping me.