How To: Make Your Own Restoration Hardware-Inspired Pipe Shelving

by on Mar 10, 2014

Wooden rack with painting frames on the top.Restoration Hardware

After spotting some reclaimed wood shelves at Restoration Hardware (with a starting price of $195 each — ouch), Greg and Ashley decided to make their own version, perfectly sized for a tiny half-bath.       

Armed with some 2×10″ pine, a few galvanized pipes, wood stain, and a can of textured spray paint, they set to work creating their own rustic-meets-modern shelves… and the outcome? Totally impressive:

"Wooden rack with plant pot and frame."7th House on the Left

Check out how they did it over on their blog 7th House on the Left!

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  1. Anonymous

    ugh was such a bust, couldnt find any of the right material. oh well  maybe il start with a nice easy wooden cutting board,