Published at Saturday, October 20th 2018. by Olive Richmond in Floating Shelves.
Floating pipe shelves to give her some open, shelving and it'll open that kitchen up and that's just what we're building right now, the great part about these shelves is you're. Only gonna need two tools. Your saw in your nailer and you're only going to need two 1 by 2's per shelf. You need some trim and you can have fun with this we're going to be using barn wood. You can use any kind of wood. You want and you're. Also gonna need. A 2 by 4 sheet of half-inch plywood and two shiny sisters and don't forget the pies we'll be linking to those in the description box below hmm, hmm.
What's that purpose, all right! The first step to building this shelf is gonna, be to build the inside frame, and this is gonna be 1 by 2 boards. So, whatever link that you want your shelf to be built at you're, gonna need to make these boards your first 2 boards that link. However, you want to take into account the wrap of your trend. So in this case, our trim is 3/4 of an inch thick. So we deducted that from sorry.
So we've deducted that, from this link, we're going to start on one end, add a little bit of wood glue and we're going to use our nailer with one and a quarter inch broad nail and then I'll do one down here on this side and then we'll. I ball the next two. You can eyeball those and what this is doing is building up the inside of our shelf, because we won our shelves like they're big and beat me and like they're one piece of wood. But what people don't know is that we're building this with one Mateusz and hiding it and it's giving us the strength that we need in the shelf, but without the weight or the cost of the wood.
We're going to flip it over now, step 2 and put wood glue on the end of-of the cleat stack this baby on the top step. Two's done moving on to step three we're gonna. Add our half-inch plywood now, and you want to go ahead and drive it to make sure it fits, should be a perfect fit flush on all sides. I made the cut so naturally, it's going to be perfect. I'm adding a line of wood glue on one side of the shell and ash is going to sticks out on there. We're gonna attach that plywood to the frame with one and a quarter inch flip. It over we're gonna add it to the other side.
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