It's a little unsteady and leans a little so we still need to add supports on the bottom to make it more secure (don't worry we cleared everything off for now, to let the paint cure and to not put any more weight on it till we add the supports :).
I'll give a full tutorial a little later this week once we finish the supports, but for now, enjoy a few pictures!
We wanted something that you could see straight through to make it feel a little lighter. Annabelle in her favorite sleeping spot (as usual :)
We left most of our books on the east coast before we moved to CA, so we don't have too many here. Mostly baskets and boxes to hold office supplies and other miscellaneous things that need a home. So that there won't be too much color to compete with the color already in the room ...
and my favorite part!? It only cost about $35 for all of the wood! We were able to save by cutting down large sheets of MDF from Habitat Restore. All of the shelves only cost $7!!
I'll be back soon with details on how we made it!
This weekend we started working on a new project, if you're following on instagram or facebook you may have seen a little preview.
Through facebook and instagram about 23 said A and 78 said B. I really don't think that we could've went wrong, they are both great! I was leaning towards B, the vote said B, and B it is actually easier ... so B it is! Stay tuned to see what we are making! Sorry to tease ... I want to get a little further before we fill you in!