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    1. DILAFA 55 months ago | reply

      I just love the blue/green color of the shelves and the pink lamp !

    2. mcepeda10 46 months ago | reply

      Were can i buy this??

    3. jenyd23 46 months ago | reply

      Yes...where can i get this, or did you make it? if so, how did you attach the shelves to the board?

    4. Tipsy tessie 46 months ago | reply

      do you mean the shelf? I bought it a long time ago made in oak. I just repainted it in this lovely colour :)

    5. aryanh 46 months ago | reply

      You can buy this type of "spine" shelf unit on Amazon.

    6. Juniper Juniper 45 months ago | reply

      This looks easy to make!

    7. Magic jewelry 43 months ago | reply

      Some tutorial plzzzzz

    8. geranium.kiss 42 months ago | reply

      Love this- yes, yes, tutorial would be delicious!

    9. Tipsy tessie 42 months ago | reply

      I haven´t made it myself, I just painted it :)

    10. lakeburris 36 months ago | reply

      how is it made?

    11. Retired~Lady~16 28 months ago | reply

      A real nice design.

    12. Jennibead 26 months ago | reply

      It looks gorgeous in this colour. Do you remember where you bought this from initially?
      jenni

    13. suefletcher 26 months ago | reply

      hi, I've just come across this image on Pinterest and wanted to trace the original source to ask if it's ok to use it on the blog of Ginger & May (www.gingerandmay.co.uk). We're a retailer of kids products and are slowly building a related blog for posting about ideas and inspirational images of things for kids rooms generally. These wall shelves are a great idea and I wanted to include them. If ok, how would you like it credited?

    14. KB_buddy 24 months ago | reply

      Looks like you just need a 2x4 long enough for your desired length, some sturdy planks, and some good screws. Attach planks to spine by drilling screws in through the back, at desired distances and then either drill to wall with screws or buy a strong hook (or two) and attach to spine as well.
      Tada, a "how-to" just by looking at it ;)

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