If you have some old shutters, don’t throw them away, just reuse them. Today we are sharing a roundup of cool furniture projects of shutters, this is a great way to upcycle them and give them a new life, and your space a refined vintage feel. Here you’ll find adorable shelves and racks of all kinds – for bathrooms, entryways, bedrooms and kitchens, with a more rustic or vintage feel; cool tables and consoles of shutters for various spaces and amazing cabinets of shutters to store everything you need. Make them more modern with painting or leave them vintage distressing them – it’s up to you! Let’s have a look at the projects we’ve prepared.
Give your kitchen a stylish vintage feel with a chic plate and mug rack. The piece is made of an old shutter, which accommodates plates on the rack and has some hooks underneath for hanging mugs. This is a very practical and cool idea to store plates and mugs at the same time and add a refined feel to the kitchen.
This is a comfy modern bathroom shelf made of an old shutter. The piece is sanded, painted black, there are hooks attached and a shelf surface on top. You can place various stuff for bathroom on top and hang towels and other stuff on the hooks. The piece is given a modern and fresh look, though you can leave it undone for a vintage touch, too. Read the tutorial to find out how to make it.
Here’s one more shelving unit, this time it’s a box-shaped piece of shutters and some reclaimed wood. The piece is done of shutters on the sides and pallet printed wood that adds an industrial feel to the space. It’s a proper furniture piece for any space from a bathroom to a bedroom depending on your decor – give your space an industrial and shabby feel with it.
This shelving unit of shutters is a modern free-standing item. It’s sanded, painted dark brown and with little shelves – make as many as you need to display everything your want. You may place the shelf right on the floor or on a mantel or a console table. If you want a refined feel, leave the shutter shabby chic and don’t paint it.
Enjoy making this gorgeous shutter bathroom shelf with a beach feel. The piece is painted in the sea foam color, decorated with forged details for a vintage look, and it looks very cute. Display various corals, shells and driftwood on the shelf and hang towels on the hooks of the shelf.
This isn’t only a shelf, it’s a hallway tree! The item is made of several shutters, a mirror, a shelf and a table – it’s a great piece to decorate a vintage hallway. Gather all the elements and attach them reading the tutorial, then paint the color you need, here it’s mint. Decorate the tree as you like or leave it undecorated and place in your hallway, there’s enough storage space and a comfy mirror.
This cute side table is a gorgeous vintage piece to spruce up your living room, hallway or an outdoor space. It’s made of shutters and features a glass top, and it’s look is very shabby but that’s the main thing about it – it brings texture and vintage charm to the space. I also love the green color, which brings a more vintage feel to the table.
Repurpose a shutter into a cottage-style console table that will add interest and soften the hard lines of the back side of any couch. The result is rather a large console table for displaying, and you may use the space under it for placing ottomans and stools. The color is neutral though you may go for a bolder shade, read the tutorial to find out how to make it.
This gorgeous vintage table for dining outdoors is made of a shutter and exquisite vintage legs. All you need to do is to attach legs to the shutter and then paint the whole thing in the color you like. Vary the size of the table according to your needs: it may be a dining table, a side table or a legged tray for serving food for picnics.
This is a fusion of a cabinet and a table as it’s a mobile kitchen island, of course made of shutters. The item features shutters, a wooden countertop, an additional inner storage space and casters to make the piece more comfortable in using. The piece is painted green to give it a more rustic vintage feel, though you can change the color.
Need a cabinet? No problem, grab some shutters and weathered wood and make one! This cabinet combines weathered wood and dark painted shutters for a contrast and is used for bathroom storage. You can also make the cabinet more vintage-like if you don’t paint the shutters and leave them vintage and untouched or just sanded with no painting.
The last project for today is another vintage bathroom cabinet made of shutters. The whole piece is made of light-colored wood and there’s a shutter door painted in a muted shade to give it a more vintage feel. The knobs are vintage and refined, and this cabinet will easily add a cute vintage feel to your bathroom, inside you can store all the necessary items.