Published at Friday, October 19th 2018. by Renee Erickson in Floating Shelves.
The first thing that we're going to do is fill the box for the shelf to build the box, cut the wood to the desired length, put the edge of the blade on the outside edge of that mark. That way, you'll have a perfectly precise cut. Once you have all your cuts made now your side pieces to your top and bottom piece. Hopefully, ash gets it lined up right. This is typically where she messes up.
Then all you have to do is attach that front piece and your box is done. You say it's just like a box with one side missing now, it's time for the cleat. That's going to hold up that show. The pleats are so easy to build. So so easy measure for the cleat right here so they'll fit perfectly snug inside this box. We are just shy of 30 inches, so we'll go a little bit shorter than that to make sure that we're not too tight thinking 29 and 3/4 yep awesome, okay and put me on snap chat with this one. This is what happens when you work with your sister.
I'm over here cutting all the wood and, when using over there playing on social media. I like to get my backside snap chat. I appreciate that. Okay, that's the braces of this shelf are going to be attached with pocket holes. That is the strongest form of joinery that you can use with two pieces of wood, so we can. We can sit on the shelves really an all right moment of truth. Let's see if this thing fits, I'm going to put it in backward, because I've learned from experience that it's kind of hard to get it on if it's really snug, but we did a good job.
That is perfect. It is at this point we like to stain or paint the box that we just built, let that dry, while we're attaching the cleat to the wall. You've got studs two whiteboards behind your drywall you're gonna find those studs and you're going to screw the cleat into the studs, and that is going to give you the strongest, let's stuff under yeah this kind of intercept finder.
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