I love to decorate with junk. I love to repurpose unique materials. I love to add texture to my rooms. I love to add storage to my rooms. And I love me a good bargain!
In my efforts to make our playroom/all-purpose room/room where we spend 75% of our day more space-efficient, asthetically pleasing and functional, I came across this idea and instantly knew I’d found just what I needed for a certain space in that room. Two spaces, to be exact.
Have you heard of AnaWhite.com? Oh my goodness, if I had half the skills this woman possesses, I’d be ever-so-proud of myself. She and all her DIY plans are simply amazing. Mr. Native Texan and I are not the handiest of sorts, but this was a project we could tackle. And by “we” I mean “Mr. Native Texan.” I did procure the pallets, for free. And I cast the vision. He provided the elbow grease and power tools. And did a darned good job, I might add!
Some other time, I’ll do a more comprehensive write-up about the Playroom Overhaul. It was quite a process and we’ve been extremely pleased with the results. For now, here’s a peek at one of the pallet shelves in its home beneath our U.S. map.
Other posts & projects you might like:
- And Yet Another Set of DIY Pallet Shelves
- Project Update: Old Window Frame
- Christmas Card Shutter
- Why I Decorate With Junk
- Master Bedroom Makeover
- Master Bedroom Makeover: Nightstands in Distress
- DIY Harvest Sign
- Vintage Diaper-Changing Station
Kathleen Henderson is the yankee behind the homestead. Follow along as we grow real food and three boys while renovating a 20-acre farm in northern Virginia. Do you love homegrown food, Paleo-ish recipes, and natural living? You’re in good company! Let’s grow together…