Galvanized Farmhouse Wall Shelf

Do you ever shop your home? I mean rather than the thrift shop or clearance aisle? Shop for things in your closets and cupboards that you may not always use? Well I did today when I saw a photo in a magazine, I knew I could reproduce the wall shelf with a tray I had in my kitchen. 
Galvanized Farmhouse Wall Shelf


This was my inspiration for this project.
A large galvanized tray with handles that I used once in a while but I could donate to my repurposed project.
This is an easy one... just 3 easy steps! I cut a board to use as a shelf and painted it to match the galvanized steel tray. 
Step 1: Measure the width of the tray and cut a 2" wide board to size. 
Step 2: Paint the board with Fusion Mineral Paint's Metallic Paint in Brushed Steel. I pounced it on with a brush to give it a galvanized effect.
Step 3: Use E6000 glue to attach the board to the inside of the tray. 
DIY Galvanized Farmhouse Wall Shelf
I attached a D ring to the back of the tray with hot glue and hung it on the wall in my new home office!
DIY Galvanized Steel Farmhouse Wall Shelf
Easiest project ever! 
Farmhouse style wall shelf from a tray
This galvanized wall shelf looks just like the one in the magazine and it didn't cost me a cent because I shopped my house! 
DIY Farmhouse Shelf from a Tray

Love the crate cubbie shelf in the photo? Follow the bold link to see the DIY. If you love round farmhouse wall shelves then you won't want to see the ones I made using a repurposed clock. Follow the link to read all about it! 
DIY Farmhouse Shelf from a Repurposed Tray

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Make a DIY Farmhouse Shelf from a Repurposed Tray

Disclosure: I received paint for doing this post with product.  However, all the opinions stated here are my own. I only use products I love and would recommend to my viewers.
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I am Susan, the author and creator at Homeroad. I am a wife, mother of 4 daughters, and a grandmother of 5 and counting. I am a retired teacher, a DIY blogger and an artist at heart. .

Comments

  1. So simple but so abSooooLutely gorgeous. What a lovely idea

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  2. That turned out so neat! And it looks as good as the original. Sometimes that is quite the trick.

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  3. What a simple idea for a shelf. turned out super pretty.

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  4. Hi Susan, I've been thinking about purchasing a shelf just like this one. Now I can make it! Great idea!

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