DIY: Make your own wall shelf from Finnish pine underlayment

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Do-it-yourself: Make your own wall shelf from Finnish pine underlayment. We saw all parts to size, so you can start building right away! We have made a handy DIY article about it so that you can have your own homemade wall shelf in your home in no time. Have fun with your project!

Description of KLANTNAAM

This multifunctional wall shelf invites you to look in the mirror all day long. Simply make this shelf yourself and present your most beautiful accessories with pride. Create your own changing exhibition or put all your practical necessities on the shelves, so you never miss anything. We have already cut the material to the millimetre for you. It is up to you to fasten the shelves together. The shelf supports are also included and are easy to assemble! Who are you going to make happy with this beautiful wall shelf? Read on quickly.

What do you need?

Cut to size:

  • Wall board Pellos Floor: 1x 80.0 x 180.0 cm
  • Small carrier board Pellos Floor: 2x 30.0 x 15.0 cm
  • Large bearing board Pellos Floor: 1x 60.0 x 15.0 cm
  • Shelf supports Pellos Floor: 6x 13.0 x 5.0 x 2.0 cm (form: rectangle with bevelled long side)
  • Hook Pellos Floor: 1x 3.0 x 7.0 cm


  • Drill bit
  • Wood drill bit 3 mm
  • Screws 4x40
  • Wood glue
  • Pencil and tape measure


  • Mirror 31 x 121 cm

How I made this project

Step 1

Have all your materials and tools ready to use. This takes a little more time beforehand, but it helps enormously if everything is within reach during the job.

Step 2

Place the large 18.0 x 180.0 cm wall board on your work table. Measure where you want to attach the shelves and the mirror. See our design as an example, but you can of course make a different arrangement. Draw this on both the front and the back of the wall shelf. It is useful to ask for assistance with this.

Step 3

Apply the wood glue to the short sides of the shelf supports and fasten them. The bevelled edge of the shelf bearer points downwards. Lay the shelf down and leave to dry (the glue packaging tells you how long it takes to dry). Any excess wood glue can be easily removed with a damp cloth.

Step 4

Then screw on the 6 shelf supports and the hook from the back of the wall shelf for extra sturdiness. It is useful to ask for some assistance with this. Don't forget to pre-drill the holes to prevent the wood from splitting. This is especially important if you are going to screw into the end grain of plywood. Attach two screws to the front of the wall board to hang the mirror.

Step 5

Gebruik schuurpapier met een fijne korrel (maximaal 180) om de potloodstrepen die in zicht zijn eventueel weg te werken.

Step 6

Apply wood glue to the top of the shelf supports and place the board on top. You can screw the boards down for extra strength, but this is not necessary.

Step 7: Finished!

Time to enjoy the end result! Take a look in the mirror and pat yourself on the back... You did it!

Dimensions of my DIY project

80,0 x 180,0 cm

How next?

This is a project for inspiration. Because our assortment has changed, (some of) the products are no longer available.

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