Published at Wednesday, October 17th 2018. by Sasha Fleming in Floating Shelves.
Building floating shelves can be a great way to enhance and freshen up your space and, whether you're looking to add some change to your bedroom or you just look at and give your bathroom a quick facelift. They can go a long way, but you don't have to stop there. Maybe you also want a solution to keep your gear organized now. What makes this appealing is for less than. You can create all three shelves without any hardware stay tuned, I'm going to show you exactly how it's made and before we continue here's a list of things that you'll need to build.
Your shelves you'll need 1/2 inch by 8 inches by 8-foot. Lumber you'll also need a 36-inch oak dowel and in the mini hardware store you can have the lumber cut to size, but for those who have tools, all you need is a circular saw a drill, a sander and a half inch bit. Now I want to cut this number down into three equal parts but being able to have a chip corner I'm going to mark and then remove that first, the final length of each board will be just shy of 31 inches and if the mark in the area, I'm going to now add a piece of support under the bottom to catch the wood after it's cut.
I also want to check the depth of my blade, so I don't go all the way through the support, so I'm gonna lift the saw up a bit just so it barely touches. The support and using a speed square is a quick and simple way to keep the sauce straight as you're ripping through the lumber, now repeat the same step two more times and now to get you three shelves. Next, I'm using a three-foot section of half-inch dowels and what I'm going to do is mark that to four inches and you should end up with nine pieces. It's going to be three of this per shelf. Now the next thing we want to do is mark three location for the dollars, I'm gonna mark the very middle and then two inches from the outside on both sides.
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