Published at Thursday, October 18th 2018. by Cheryl Boyle in Floating Shelves.
Floating shelf with hidden storage and under mount LED. The wood I end up using was wood left over from my office desk bill. I had just enough left over for me to cut two 12-inch panels from that stash. I bought a piece of oak that was about three inches longer than the panel itself and I cut off one of the ends had a 45-degree angle dent to the other side.
Mark that and then cut that to a 45-degree angle, I cut two trims to cover the edge of the panel, only miter in one side, a sandwich. The two panels together to find out the depth of the spaces I need. Then I ripped a piece of wood on the table, saw I mark and cut spacers down to size with the biscuit joiner, I cut the face trim and only one of the side trim. Add the glue, insert the biscuit and join the two with my term router.
I notched out a track to insert the LED strip over on the router table. I use a horse nose bit to taper off the bottom of the trim to use as a pull handle to secure the top panel to the trim, a mark location for the pocket holes before screwing the panels
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