Published at Thursday, October 18th 2018. by Jordan Mills in Floating Shelves.
Mirrored floating shelf unit. This is a little bit more involved. So, let's get started, you will need a half-inch sheet of plywood measuring 52 by 15 inches for 12 by 12 mirrors. I got it back with four for $ 8.99 at IKEA and three shelves measuring 12 by five and a half inches. Now you can get these cut for you at the store.
The only tool you will need for this is a drill, so I started by just placing the items on the plywood equidistant, apart from with an inch and a half border around the edge making my markings now to attach the shelf. If you look, you see, I made those little dots, that's the center of the shelf, and then I align the pieces of shelves with that and pre-drill a hole in all three pieces.
Next, I drill through those holes those dots I made on the piece of plywood, and then I use inch and 5/8 screws and screw them halfway in a little bit more than halfway in to attach the shelves, I simply screw those screws into those per-drilled holes. So you're gonna turn them until you can't turn them anymore. It's from, as you see me doing there, then I stood the unit up and made sure the shelves were level. Next, I'm going to place the unit with the shelves facing upward, and I'm just going to do like I drive, run, I'm going to put the mirrors in place just to make sure they fit in the spaces between the shelves.
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