Super excited to post my first DIY project up here for you guys! I think I'm still trying to find my groove into what this blog section of my website is geared towards. We all know by now that I love traveling and photography but I also really love DYI projects and making things with my hands. Now that I just moved into my own home with a few friends, LOTS of home renovations have started to take place and will be continuing on for a while. I made these hanging shelves last week and got a lot of people asking how to make them. SO, I figured I would make a post about it! It's crazy east to make and I found all the supplies at Home Depot for pretty cheap. I think I spent no more than $40 and was able to make 6 shelves from that.
Here are the supplies you will need:
1. 12x16 piece of wood (I had mine cute to those dimensions but you can cut them to any size you like.)
2. Power drill
3. measuring tape
5. Screw eyes (I got the #10s)
6. Ceiling hooks (Home Depot had a few different styles. I opted for the plain silver.)