rustic pallet shelves - with remote control led lighting
Adjacent to the out kitchen was a bedroom and we decided to remove the door of the room and turn it into our dining room.
There was a dark closet in the restaurant that disappeared from the atmosphere of the space, so I decided to remove the existing clothing bars and shelves and add wood that was completely recycled from the pallet.
Since our restaurant had only 1 window shadow cast into the room, I wanted it to brighten up.
That\'s how I came up with the idea of the country pallet shelf
With remote controlled LED lighting, we want to create a restaurant open display shelf setup where we can show some of our more interesting artwork and dishes, these works of art and dishes will provide a healthy look for the country farm.
I created a 4 shelf system with the lowest shelf deeper, made of a typical tray or non-slip material, 3 upper shelves shallow and made of pine pallets with a large piece of industrial steel.
Renovation of this type of restaurant closet can be done in any house and is relatively cheap if you can find some wood instead of buying it.
Using residual paint is another way to reduce costs.
If you follow these steps and tailor them to your situation, you will have a beautifully decorated closet that is impressive, bright and does not require wire or electrical work.
Materials and tools required: material tray-
You have at least 3 typical wooden pallets.
4 pine planks x 3-11. 5\" x 6\' (72\")
** I got my stress treatment from the industrial premises I just requested (Brown)2\" x 2\" x 6\' -
4 wooden crates under the main shelf.
4 Wood screws and drywall plugs with a length of at least 3.
LED Remote lighting components (
I bought this for $30 at Home Depot. 00 )
You can find this in most home improvement shops and the bag I bought has 3 lights and 1 remote control.
= $10 per piece of fixed paint-
I used a white paint with a high grade stain on it
I used the early American 230-
Tools for power drills
Saw with skills like drill bit Power Palm SanderLevel pencil finish nail 2 \"long paint brush paint roll Hammer for removing nails or DingTalk wall filling puttyhand held)
This section is largely self-explanatory, but essentially removes the existing rack or rod, as well as any decorations, screws or nails left behind.
You can prepare the paint after removing all existing materials.
* If you have any existing shelves in the area where you are adding shelves, be sure to use them as a landmark measure to ensure your new shelves are perfectly installed.
* Paint preparation includes filling holes in walls where old shelves may be placed using putty wipes with drywall filler.
As described on the filler tub, let the filler dry and then use the Drywall Sander to polish the filler to make it smooth.
Make sure all the holes are filled and polished before painting.
Make sure you clean up all the sanding dust to make sure the best paint finish is good.
After your hole is filled and polished, you can start painting.
I covered in dark gray, so the process included 4 thick coats for about 2 days to allow for dry time.
* Make sure to place drip boards on the floor to avoid painting on the ground.
Also, between the paint coating, you can start working on your own when the paint is dry to help the whole process go faster and more smoothly and avoid the boredom of the whole \"waiting for the paint to dry.
* Clean and cut the pine boards on the first 3 shelves I use, and industrial skateboards used to hold a large piece of steel.
There is a pile of cut and deep woods in the tray, perfect for what I want.
In addition to the cuts and scratches already on the wood, there are many staples that must be removed.
After removing the staples, I cut the boards into finished sizes of 63 and 1/4.
The measurement method I used was the same as the existing rack I had previously taken out of the closet.
I cut down the wood and hammer with a saw and pulled out the Staples.
Infiltration staining using minwax (Early American)
I stained each piece of wood on both sides and on all edges to allow them to dry in the sun and at night, while I worked on the lower deeper shelf.
For a focal point, the lower shelf of the shelf system needs a larger, more complex texture to provide the rustic look I want.
To achieve this, I broke some little tricks ranging in size and removed the board on the top.
I then built a frame for the planks to be connected and cut them into the perfect top.
Then, before I polish and stain the shelves, I fix them with my nails.
Here are the steps to explain in depth: 1-
Cut 2 \"x 2\" x 6\' pressure pieces to the length that suits the space you need.
I cut 2 pieces into 63 pieces. 1/4\" (
Same as my shelf)
Then I wanted my bottom shelf to zoom in about 3 \"inches from the outside edge of the closet wall, so I made shelf 21 \".
It means 21.
3 \"= 18\" so I cut 3 support pieces in 18 \"to connect the frame together. 2 -
Once you have paved your wood, make a pilot hole on the wood and screw it with a 3 \"wood screw.
When screwed in, the guide hole will ensure that the wood does not crack. 3 -
Grab the SKUs you have and your skills and cut skids where you can, which will make it easier to separate skids.
Then knock down the board or board with a hammer and remove the nail. 4 -
Once you have enough wood to cover the frame of the shelf, you can start laying the pieces.
** Pay attention to the color of the wood and what looks best and organize them the way you want them. ** 5-
Align 1 straight edge of all skateboards so you only need to cut 1 side of the skateboard. 6 -
Make sure you \'ve just lined up with 1 straight edge with finishing nails so that the boards don\'t move when you cut. 7 -
Lay a piece of wood on the board and make a guide line to make cutting easier.
Carefully use a skill saw to cut the end of the board so that they are all equal and reach the correct length. 8 -
Fix the rest of the boards with a finishing nail so that all the boards are properly fixed on frame 9
Prepare stains using an electric Palm Sander and now built pallet shelves. 10 -
Stain the shelves with a lot of stains and allow a minimum of overnight drying.
These racks will sit on mounting brackets made of wood treated with the remaining 2 pieces of \"x2\" pressure.
I installed them from the lowest shelf.
Bottom Shelf1 -
Cut 2 pieces of 2x2 so that it is the same depth as your bottom shelf, and then cut 1 piece about 24 \"long, which will be the back support. 2 -Pre-
Drill some screws on the stand so you can easily attach them to the wall. 3 -
Be sure what height you want your dismount to be at, my dismount is about 2 \'from the ground, but it is really a personal preference.
Now, use the level to mark the height required for the bracket so that the shelf is 2\' high \'.
So mark the wall as \"22 from the floor\" so that when the shelf is sitting on the stand it is 24 from the ground \". 4 -
To fix the bracket correctly on the wall, fix a bracket on the wall and drill holes in the wood to mark the wall so you know where the screws will be.
Next, drill a hole in the drywall and place a drywall plug on the wall to make the support firm.
Repeat this process for all brackets and then fix them with screws.
* Use 3 screws and plugs for each bottom shelf bracket * Top 3 shelves. The process of the top 3 shelves is exactly the same, but we only use 2 for each bracket
Since these brackets are visible, I cut the end a into a 45 degree angle to add a little design style to the bracket.
I put the support frame a little shorter than the 11th.
5 \"about 10 shelves. 5\" in depth.
Secure these brackets in the same manor as the bottom frame with drywall plugs and screws.
Again, the height of each shelf will depend on personal preference, but I made my shelf;
** Use 2 screws and plug support for each upper shelf ** from the bottom large shelf to the first of the three top shelf --
18 \"then 15\" until the gap in the top shelf.
The floor-covered area walls are very rough as it tore off the existing items in the closet.
I want to make my own decoration, it is very high and the color is the same as the shelf.
I tore it off the middle with an extra pine board and created two wooden strips at a height of more than 5.
I cut them into what it would look like for the area and dye them.
Since these decorative pieces are not load-bearing, you can screw them directly to the dry wall without having to add a dry wall plug.
The huge dark decorations add some nice features to the space.
Now is the time to add any interesting extra items that will create a better design style.
Because we wanted a farm house, we bought these wooden cases for $9.
Every piece bought from the craft store, then dyed to match.
Once you have the project, you can add lighting to complete the project.
I \'ve looked into many different ways to light up the space, but I decided to use the remote control to choose a low energy battery.
The battery LED light is excellent, the installation is very simple, and the battery life is also very long.
The bag cost me $30.
Everything, including the battery, came.
I put the lights where I think it looks best and don\'t overpower the area.
I want to create a feeling and not just LED Light module up the whole thing and make it unstoppable. I placed two LED lights on the side of 46 \", projecting light down from the 3rd LED on the ceiling on the floor hidden by the wall, and also invisible.
All lights are controlled by the remote control and turned on and off at the same time.
Now that the lights are installed, all of our items are on display and our restaurant display shelves have been completed. Total Cost -
$80 in total4 Days (
Because of the drying time of paint and stains)
Level of difficulty-
Beginners, we had my parents have dinner and now there are a few friends coming over and everyone loves the shelves.
It\'s always fun to be able to click a button and LED Light module up the shelves, which makes you look very professional to your friends and family.
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