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Have you seen some of the most brilliant Ikea hacks available on the Internet? Now we can own something that originally costs thousands of dollars without having to spend as much. All we have to do is build one of our own.
An excellent example would be a Massironi shelf. An original vintage Tyco bookshelf will set you back no less than $3,000. That’s how expensive it is. But since we’re resourceful, we found a do-it-yourself project of a Massironi shelf, complete with downloadable plans and dimensions.
This project is actually a reproduction of the original shelf. But it works – and looks – just the same. It’s like a sculpture and furniture rolled into one. This is perfect anywhere in the house. You may even give this as a present. The recipient will surely be impressed.
Gather your materials and tools, roll up those sleeves, and start working!
- drawings (download)
- straight planks (your choice of wood)
- band saw/jigsaw
- 4 hanging brackets screws
- Paint (optional)
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Thanks to Amaries in Workshop for this great project. You can get step-by-step instructions here…