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Thrifty Corbel DIY Farmhouse Shelf

By: Sarah from littleredbrickhouse.com
Thrifty Corbel DIY Farmhouse Shelf
Thrifty Corbel DIY Farmhouse Shelf
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This adorable DIY shelf idea will get you excited about thrifted finds. Check out this Thrifty Corbel DIY Farmhouse Shelf. This project will show you that you don’t need to make decor complicated to make a big impact. Small shelves like these are handy for keeping your home clutter-free and for displaying seasonal decorations. Since the design is simple, it would look fantastic in any room in the house. Making a rustic shelf is an easy and cheap way to add some DIY farmhouse decor into your home. Don’t be surprised if you fall in love with rustic shelves after finishing this project!

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Primary TechniqueWood Crafts

Easy

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Excellent project and a well-explained tutorial with good photos! I think this would be a very fun shelf to make and a very practical item that would be easy to place in your house. I like the way the blogger decorated the shelf with a nice display of books, a basket and a plant. Now, off to a garage sale or two to see what I can find! How nice that the blogger's mother-in-law gave her the corbels, that's the best way to make an affordable shelf-have the pieces gifted to you.

What a neat little project. I love how you can literally use this shelf inside, outside, and in just about any room of the house. Thank you for making the instructions super simple. I would have built the shelf and never thought of leaving an overhang for where the corbels join the board. I can see using this above my desk, in my kids room's, and the kitchen to spruce up an area that seems to be lacking something. Great post!

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