DIY remake of Restoration Hardware’s industrial shelving bracket. Use this bookshelf for decorating your room or adding storage to your kitchen. Industrial 1950s shelving that once organized tools and parts in a Dutch shipyard inspired our authentic reproduction. We replicated the original’s exposed rivets, X-back bracing and moveable ladder, which, in years past, allowed the shipwright to access the lofty upper shelves.
You’ll have to watch the show when it airs on DIY Network to see the whole room, and how all the pieces fit in, but I’m so thrilled to be able to share the individual plans with you before it airs. I’ve always loved this piece from Restoration Hardware (and there’s lots more similar styles made by different companies). Bookshelves. You’ll find an assortment of DIY shelves, ideas on how to style shelves, and. Try one of these amazing DIY Restoration Hardware hacks that replicate many of their most popular products for a small, tiny little fraction of their retail price.
DIY Restoration Hardware Inspired Rolling Cart. I plan on having my husband help me make a similar shelving unit for our living room and I love the color of yours and want to duplicate it. I am sooooo tempted to do this to our bookshelves..if I can talk my husband in to it!:). DIY remake of Restoration Hardware’s industrial shelving bracket.
This is the original bookshelf that made my heart beat a little faster, the Parisian Cornice Bookcase from Restoration Hardware, which (on sale) is still 1,195. However, my friend asked me to make her some bookshelves, and she is so easy going I figured I would try my hand at making some custom bookshelves for her living room. The inspiration for the shelves are the Kenwood Bookshelves from Restoration Hardware.