Published at Tuesday, October 16th 2018. by Katina Vaughan in Floating Shelves.
There will be five seven-foot shelves in a room with a ten-foot ceiling, so we're going to show kind of what it's like to back out a bunch of these. So I'm gonna pull all the staples out. I will walk you through step by step now the frame or the core, the skeleton, whatever you want to call. It is really easy.
There's a little trick that I'll show you in a second right now these things are going to be seven feet long, but the box or the case that's going to be over the top of them - is 3/4 inch stock. So I got to subtract an inch and a half. Now the frame of this it's gonna have supports that, come out like this and then the box that slides over it. However, what no one seems to talk about is something that is really helpful. Is marking the stud location on here.
First, so that when you go to mount it, you don't have these in the position that where the stud is gonna be and that's where you want to put a screw, so you have to skip one and on a 7-foot radish up this big. You kind of want as much support as possible where I'm going. It is three inches to the left of the center line. That's where the stud location is up from there.
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