Welcome to Party Junk 221 – Salvaged Junk Shelving
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Hello and a happy weekend to you!
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I’ve been doing a little soul searching and am really feeling the pull to move towards an upcycled linkup only. It truly is what speaks to my own heart and what Funky Junk is really all about. There are so many other link parties that accept all kinds of linkups, so I know you would not go without! So, just putting this out there so you’re aware of some pending changes that may occur. Feel free to express your thoughts in comments about this! I’m curious to hear how you feel.
So let’s get to it! As so many of us are busy organizing, I thought running the rustic shelving topic would chime in well with your efforts! Here are a few of my favs:
When Roeshel renovated her kitchen, they removed a pantry closet, losing valuable space. So instead, they revamped an unused hallway (with 6 doors no less!) into one goldmine of a pantry! This pipe style is absolutely stunning and perfect for an open concept!
When Jane landed a pair of crutches for a whoppin’ $2, she hinged them together and created this one of a kind shelving unit. I LOVE the slim lines of this one! Truly stunning!
No need to bring out the tools for this easy fix. Throw a few reclaimed boards onto a ladder and filler up!
The day I landed a bunch of small cabinets was a good day indeed. What a perfect place to store the camera gear!
Not exactly conservative, a bunch of crates were stacked on a wall to create a kitchen home office. Best thing we ever did!
Here’s a great collection of DIY shelving in a special, easy to view clipboard on Hometalk.
Got a great salvaged junk shelf idea?
Link it up in this weekend’s third themed linkup!
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