Published at Wednesday, October 17th 2018. by Kitty Solomon in Floating Shelves.
Walnut floating shelves for my laundry room, makeover, what you're going to need or what I use to construct. These shelves are a speed square, a stud finder to drill bits, one for my wood screws and one to pre-drill the holes, some wood glue. You can get a gorilla glue, I'm using Titebond measuring tape, so plastic wood or wood, putty wood screws, the appropriate length of the meal for your nail gun and your power drill for one ten-foot shelf.
I have two by four by tens and then I cut down a two by four into five pieces that measured out to be 11 and 3/4 of an inch making the shelves 15 inches deep, I'm basically going to be building half of the shelf outside of the room and then finishing the other half after we install this frame of the shelf. So I first started out by laying my 10-foot piece on my table and making a mark at 30, 60 and 90 inches to pre-drill my holes for the smaller pieces, which are acting as a support for my shelf.
I marked those measurements with my speed square to make sure that when I go in to pre-drill the holes for the screws that they're straight on top of each other, I didn't need to measure the ends. Obviously, but you want to add one of the smaller pieces to each so drilled, two holes along those markings, including the ends for your screws that are going to secure the studs within it, add some wood glue to the end of the shorter pieces line.
Those up with those pre-drilled holes and screw in all the way down across that beam. This is what I have so far before we install this into the laundry room and finish a project. I'm gonna pre-drill some holes for my screws that are going to go into my studs and I actually measured out the length of my studs on my wall and transfer that onto a piece of paper and I'm gonna measure that out onto the stud.
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