Beautiful DIY Wall Shelves of Used Drawers



Recycling is a major issue that everybody should be preoccupied with. Our life would not be able to be a continual cycling without its presence. Everyday we have to think of ways of recycling the things that we would like throw away and thus take care of the resources of our planets and our life too.

You will discover amazing things that you can do by reusing things that you have considered useless by that time and have fun in an ingenious way .At the same time you will be satisfied that you will do a good deed and very enthusiastic to discover that you are able to create wonderful things with your own bare hands.

Take for example these beautiful DIY Wall Shelves. They are very nice and you can make them really easily. All you need is to get some drawers that you do not use them anymore and paint them with vivid colors. Thus you will bring color and life into your interior. Then you may attach them to the wall, anywhere you please.

You may have some other options and you can use them for a modular bookcase or a wall storage system.These beautiful DIY Wall Shelves will become some great decorative items and here you may place your small and cute things that will add much more sweetness and color to your interior décor.


Published by in DIY, on July 20th, 2011

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