Make an easy pipe and wood coffee station shelf
Well, I’m pretty proud of myself! It’s only Jan 4th, and I’ve already done a new project!
Truth be told, I was cleaning the kitchen, and desired a few fresh changes.
So I came up with this easy pipe and wood coffee station shelf that took all of 10 minutes to make!
Here’s what I had before. I loved this little vintage crate acting as a coffee shelf to expand the counter space in the kitchen.
But I desired to try something a little lighter looking this round…
So here’s what I did!
Make an easy pipe and wood
coffee station shelf
pipe fittings – mine measured ½”
reclaimed wood plank
1. Take picture of cute kitty helper, because I’ve been asked for more cat pictures.
These pipe fittings will serve as shelf legs. Each pipe leg requires:
- 2 pipe flanges
- 2 elbow pipes
- 3 straight pipes using the desired lengths
3. Cut your plank of wood to desired size. Lightly sand the cut edges. Stencil if desired.
(in my case, I used a sign I had made previously, made with THESE STENCILS.
4. Place board on pipes, and serve coffee!
If I had some pipe brackets on hand, I would have attached them around the pipes onto the board from the underside. But this did work.
Plus, it’s a whole lot easier to change my mind yet again, right?
The finished pipe coffee shelf!
It’s perfect! Light and airy, with a touch of industrial rustic charm.
And because I’ve always wanted to try making one of those moving gif pictures…
Think you’ll give this easy pipe coffee station shelf a try?
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And more rustic shelves HERE