Bathroom Window Shutters Ideas
Bathroom window shutters provides more space for storage and uses otherwise unused space. The shelf serves as a floor rack, which is a type of storage shelf that sits over a toilet tank. The vaulted design draws the eye upwards, making the bathroom feel bigger. Several shelves distributed over the center of the design give you more room for storage. Make your own bathroom bowl from wood pieces, paint or staining wood to match the style of the room.
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Measure a 1-inch-by-1-inch score at the corner of a bathroom window shutters measuring 29-inches-by-10-inch-by-1-inch. Cut a score of the same size from each corner of the board with a circular saw. Repeat this step with the second 29-by-10-through-a board. The discs act as the shelves for the bow. Load all pieces of wood and sand tops and sides with fine sandpaper until they are smooth. Finish each piece of wood with a layer of paint and allow them to dry. Apply additional layers if required for a darker shade.
Place two of the 60-inch-by-2-inch-by-1-inch discs vertically against the wall so that the boards are 60 inches above the floor. Measure 6 inches from the top of each bathroom window shutters and applies one click glue on both pieces. Touch the scored areas in the shelf card on the glue. The slits should flip around the leg pieces. Add more glue to the remaining two 60-by-2-by-1-inch pieces and attach them to the remaining two shackles in the shelf. Pin the wood together. The work should have four legs with a flat shelf near the top, similar to a long leg table.