First, I took some basic MDF that I had left over in our garage. I cut shelves out of the MDF based on the size and space we had at each end of the closet.
Second, I cut “supports” out of MDF to hold the shelves. Each support was 2″ tall and ran the length of each side of the shelf that would touch the wall.
Third, I used my drill and screwed each support piece to the wall. So, each shelf had three supports a piece.
Next, I placed the shelves on top of the supports, and used finishing nails and a hammer to secure the shelves to the wall supports. After that, I threw on two coats of high gloss white paint to finish them off! Pretty, pretty!