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  • Melissa Dettlinger

    corner shelf made out of a door #olddoors #door #doordecor #cornershelf #frenchcountry

  • Elsie Evyagotailak

    Recycle an old door by turning it into a corner shelving unit. DIY (I don't want the door knob there)

  • Nikki Jansen

    Corner shelf from an old door. Simply cut the door in half and add hinges or nails, and shelves. Be sure to add a low shelf  near the floor to help stabilize and prevent tipping // clever shabby chic diy decor

  • Alison Wenhart

    Cool idea for a corner shelf made out of an old door. Love this!

  • Brenda Schweitzer

    Shabby chic corner shelf made from a recycled old door cut in half, nailed and painted shelves added. #DIY #Crafts #Furniture #Home_Decor #Antique #Salvage

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There is no tutorial. These are a purchased item at this link. I like this idea for a nightstand by the bed. 8"x8" routered boards with 8" gap between shelves.

Turning an old door into a bookcase. I love the carved corbels used as supports for the shelves!

Old door, cut in half, and then reassembled as a corner shelf. I really like this.

TO DO: Check out birch trees in backyard for potential branches for this project. If nothing promising, then head for the woods!