Figure out how we made these wonderful wood racks to hold tight the divider as a feature of our month long spending restroom makeover.
It’s week four of the $100 Room Challenge. Today I’m telling the best way to make these lovely wood retires that include heaps of surface, warmth and additional capacity to the room.
On the off chance that this is your first time here, Welcome! You can make up for lost time by perusing the past posts of this restroom makeover and the $100 room challenge underneath.
Recoloring the Wood Shelves
We obtained a 2″ x 8″ x 6 ft pine board at Lowes and chop it down to two 20-inch sheets. At that point I tried different things with three distinct stains we had in the storm cellar.
First I gave a light pecan a shot the right. I thought it was excessively light and possibly excessively orange.
On the upper left side, I utilized a touch of dull pecan. I enjoyed it much better.
At that point I attempted a gel recolor (base left side). It’s an Old Masters Special Walnut Gel Stain and I chose to utilize it on the racks.
After the sheets were cut and recolored my better half helped me join them to the divider.
I acquired a lot of 4 dark sections from Amazon. They accompanied divider stays and two distinctive estimated screws. The more drawn out screws were utilized for the divider side and littler screws for the wood side.
The site said these sections could hold around 20 pounds which appeared all that anyone could need for a couple of washroom frill and brightening things.