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Hey hey! We’ve had a sick kiddo this week…it seems he’s on the mend finally, thank goodness! We were stuck at home for a few days straight so I worked on a really quick DIY that turned out really cute.
You can buy these but they are SOOOO much cheaper to build. And I haven’t found them for purchase in the long lengths I made.
I plan to add a few of them to another spot in our house, and I’ve wanted to build one for our master bath for awhile. These shelves are so versatile — I love them!
I’ll direct you to my last post about these DIY ledges
for the full tutorial, but this is how they are put together:
This one is made from all scrap wood — I knew I was painting it so the woods didn’t have to match. (I stained my other set.)
I assembled the ledge and then spray painted it black. Then hung it on the wall next to our tub:
I figured it would look great there and I was right! 🙂 I have my (affiliate) tub tray/caddy
that I love, but I wanted something that we could keep candles on and that would be pretty addition all of the time.
We can also use it to hold the iPad while in the tub…perfect!:
The candles are from IKEA and the votives are some of my favorite Goodwill finds. I found the “lather” printable for free (I went back to find the link and it’s gone from the site — it looks spammy so I hesitate to link) and the bathtub printable here
I have BIG plans for this bathroom but this is a fun little addition that only took a few minutes to build:
I found the studs in the wall and used long screws to attach the shelf to the wall and into the studs. You can see the screw heads if you look, but they’re easy to hide:
If you search “lather, rinse, repeat” you can find similar free printables! I realized afterwards that this one technically says rinse, lather, repeat — I’m not picky. 😂 The bathtub printable from Etsy came with another similar version that I plan to hang in the bathroom. So cute.
I didn’t spend anything on this one since I had all of the materials. But even for longer ones it’s so much cheaper to make them yourself!
This shelf is four feet long — while I was at IKEA I saw they have a similar one for $13 (it’s not quite four feet). That’s a good price! But not as good as free:
These little shelves can serve so many purposes! I can’t wait to show you what I have planned in our basement. 🙂
Have you tried building one of these ledges? If you get the wood cut at the hardware store, all you need is a drill and a nail gun and/or nails and a hammer.
You can read more about the two-toned IKEA cabinet makeover in this room here:
And see how I hung the faux pendant light here:
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