Children’s Wall Bookshelf

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We love bedtime for many reasons, but one of our favorites is getting to snuggle up and read a bedtime story to our little ones. After our recent move we realized that our daughters room was in need of book storage. We took advantage of some wall space next to the chair to create a slim bookshelf that not only saves on space, holds tons of books, but also made it easy for our little one to pick out her favorite. To see more about this build be sure to check out our designer story on Behr.com and while you are there, enter for a chance to win a sweet tiny house!

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Disclosure: I did receive compensation from Behr for this project however the design, voice and opinions are all my own!

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Materials

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Dimensions

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Cut List

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How to build a Wall Mounted Bookshelf

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Questions? Comments?

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  • alk1000

    Nice Work Jamison,

    Got a quick one, I’m about to embark on making a shoe rack, and I thought to draw it on the hope I can share it online, my question, which software do you use to draw your plans, it’s quite impressive

    Cheers,
    Daniel

    • Thanks man. I use a very complicated program but I always recommend either Fusion 360 or SketchUp