Reclaimed Redwood Shelves with Industrial Pipe Legs and 4 Wheels
This is a smaller bookcase, beverage holder, shelves that I have just recently made out of reclaimed redwood that I have cut, cleaned, sanded down, and coated with polyurethane. I have also added 4 wheels to the bottom board so that you can easily move the item around your home.
The boards are reclaimed redwood maintained in their rustic wooden nature. The polyurethane coats it nicely but does not make it shiny upon looking at it directly. If you want it sanded down so it very smooth and you want extra coats of polyurethane applied so it is shiny, please email us and we can accommodate your request. Redwood is high quality very durable wood so this item should last a long time.
Each board is held up by 4 industrial pipes and flanges. Each flange and pipe is 100 % iron and very study with 4 screws per flange and they are not only screwed to the bottom piece of wood but also to the top piece as well. Each pipe is threaded and you can easily screw the flange to it and can also make small adjustments. This is a item is nice and sturdy, and can be used for many things. It could be a small bookcase, shelves near your front door, could be storage in your bathroom, could be a beverage cart, could go in your dining room to hold glasses and plates.
-3 boards- each board is approx. 36 inches ( 3 feet ) in length, 1 3/4 inches thick per board, and the depth is 11.5 inches. - the total height once it is assembled is approx 33 inches.
-1 coat on each side and edges of boards with polyethylene
-(4) 14 inch industrial strength iron pipe legs with flanges that hold them in securely place.
-(4) 10 inch industrial strength iron pipe legs with flanges that hold them in securely place.
-Screws and screw holes included
-Total height of the bookcase is approx 33 inches
-Total weight : approx 70 pounds
-This is coated for indoor usage but I could make it for outdoor as well , please leave us a note about where you will be using it
For shipping we will partially assemble the bookcase drilling the flanges into place on one side of the board. Once it arrives you simply drill starter holes on the other side and screw into place. You will only need a drill and screwdriver to assemble. I will drill the holes for the wheels and you will just have to screw them into place.
If you live in the San Francisco Bay Area , please email me and we can maybe arrange a drop off or pick up ...