Published at Friday, October 19th 2018. by Christie Simpson in Floating Shelves.
One screw set a DVD in there give yourself 1/2 inch above the DVD says about a half inch clearance about the put your DVD in there. And if you can stick your finger in there you're fine, then you put the next one on that mark 1/2 inch. Above that, go down to the other side right there and do the same thing and that will make that one by the same height all the way across and then, when you get done there, take your DVD put it there and it'll be the same thing 1/2 inch just keep doing that all the way to the top.
The top one will be your last one, and then you will go to the other side of the center to before and you'll do the same thing. All the way up and you'll have two separate shelves, so I hope that's not confusing for you. If it is, you have my phone number text me or call me we'll walk through it together, while you're building it I mean I really. It's very easy me and my wife did this now granted. I did build houses for a living for a long time, but I and my wife built this in less than an hour and a half between an hour and an hour and a half.
It was nothing if it takes you a couple to three hours. That's fine! You've never done this before it's not a big deal tool you will need, you will need some sort of a saw. A miter saw, a chop saw a Sawzall, a circular saw whatever your father has or he'll. If your mother has tools - I don't know you know, or maybe you have some tools whatever, but you'll just need a saw and a drill and you'll need a drill bit not you won't need a drill bit.
You just need the screws and a Phillips head screw end on your drill, because that's what these screws will build it up, and if you want to paint it, I recommend you go ahead and do it right then, but if you're, fine with the white pine, like I apparently right now go ahead now the one thing: what this is, you will eventually, when you walk by a mule, they move, and I don't know why they move. I think they just move because I walk by and I'm not this you're probably kind of light on your feet.
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