Published at Wednesday, October 17th 2018. by Bridgett Luna in Floating Shelves.
Longest biggest free floating shelves built till this day, eight feet long. I've held three of them to my wife is over the moon about them, and I cannot wait to show you how I built them so that wasting any time let's get into the video. Let's go alright. So, in terms of the shelves, we have a free-floating desk and we want to put three shelves above it that are kind of like these built in the same length as the entire table wouldn't be big.
Suckers for the supply just went to my local lumber, lumbar lumber, it lumbar lumber store and we got our half-inch maple ply now before we get any further into this video. If you have not yet subscribed, make sure you hit that subscribe button. Every single Friday hit me with a thumbs up. If you are excited about this project and have one or two built-in floating shelves yourself make sure you comment down below ask me any kind of questions you have and I'll be sure to answer them and share this video with all of your friends, because I'm Sure a lot of people want to see how to build some floating shelves.
Enough. You happened, let's get to building setup, so the first part is gonna be kind of easy. So, let's see here we got six plus three okay, so this is the half inch maple ply you work in maple, maple and birch are a little bit easier to paint it just a better finish kind of wood, we're gonna throw in our table saw And we're gonna cut nine pieces at four inch strips the long way down and then everything else we can start trimming up for the final dimensions, but that's gon na be the easy part so turn on dust collector slap it on the table saw and a Whole lot of cutting so really like these
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