Wall shelves fit in nicely anywhere in your kitchen. You can organize them alone, side by side, or one on top of the other
- they are always practical and decorative. This elegantly curved shelf was easily made out of untreated wood,
and then stained with walnut oil.
Saw a pine or oak board to make one 56 x 17 cm (22 x 6¾ in) piece and one 46 x 6 cm (18 x 2½ in) strip.
Use a board 14 cm (5½ in) wide to cut one piece that is 46 cm (18 in) long and two pieces that are 30.5 cm (1 ft) long.
On each of the two side pieces, trace the curved line (it starts 17 cm from the end).
Cut this out using a power jigsaw on a low speed (1 or 2). Sand the edges and corners.
Assemble the different pieces of the shelf with screws or wood dowels.
Place the upper shelf last. Screw hanging hardware to the back, and hang on the wall.
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