How to make bookshelf for kids

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how to make bookshelf for kids

DIY Kids Bookshelf | FixThisBuildThat

My girls have a lot of books and I have been looking for shelving options for a narrow hallway so that I can store some books that I need to put away until AJ is a little older. Here are 9 of my favourites…. Ikea Picture Ledges as open shelving shown top left at Crafts by Courtney. Book Storage Crates with chalkboard labels at Reading Confetti. Pallet Bookshelves shown top right via Me and Madeline. Wall Basket Bookshelves shown bottom right featured at Apartment Therapy.
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DIY Kid's Bookshelf

I sure as heck do! Seriously, you can make this whole thing with just one board. I made a few modifications to get it out of just one board, but if you wanted to add a lower shelf like the one on the original you could definitely do that…if you wanted to cheat and use two boards.

9 Awesome DIY Ideas for Kids Bookshelves

Got a junior book collector in the house? Narrow Book Ledge via Carine Kaurin. A simple, elegant way to make the books the highlight of the room! A magical tree filled with books—how cool is that? The books can be placed spine out, stacked, or leaned and complemented by a cherished toy or two.

Shelves are an essential decorating tool. That said, attractive shelving can be expensive and hard to find. Need a little inspiration? These DIY shelves are nothing short of genius. Best of all, many of them can be made from things you already have lying around the house! Turn a 5-gallon bucket into a contemporary storage cubby. Have some scrap wood and an old leather belt?

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We love bedtime for many reasons, but one of our favorites is getting to snuggle up and read a bedtime story to our little ones. After our recent move we realized that our daughters room was in need of book storage. We took advantage of some wall space next to the chair to create a slim bookshelf that not only saves on space, holds tons of books, but also made it easy for our little one to pick out her favorite. If you would like to support our site and help keep our content free come find out more about how we can make money with no extra cost to you. If you decide to take on this project I highly recommend you download the printable PDF below to have with you during the build. To do so just click the button below and subscribe to get weekly updates.

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  1. Isabelle H. says:

    9 great DIY bookcase ideas for children's books. These super cool LEGO storage containers are so easy to make and the kids will love. More information.

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