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Hi guys I'm trying to make some shelving under my stairs which is linked to my kitchen. I've seen this image on Pinterest that looks about what I want but can't seem to figure out how they have att… Read More
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7m, 3w agoPosted 7 months, 3 weeks ago
Hi
guys I'm trying to make some shelving under my stairs which is linked to my kitchen.
I've seen this image on Pinterest that looks about what I want but can't seem to figure out how they have attached the shelves as I can't see any brackets.
Do you think the uprights and shelves have slots in to slot together?
cheers
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7m, 3w agoPosted 7 months, 3 weeks ago
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#5
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There are horizontal battens attached to the walls. There are probably fittings attached to the vertical panels hidden under the pelmet at the front of the shelves.
Ah sorry yeah just spotted one of the batons on the top shelf cheers
So do you think the shelves are all one piece along the wall or the vertical pieces are all one piece ?
#6
Thanks for the links I've never thought of making my own floating shelves just normally buy them
Seems bit of work though might just do normal shelves
#7
missleading
The vertical panels are from a single piece of MDF. The shelves fit in like regular cabinet or bookcase shelves.http://www.screwfix.com/p/white-assembly-joint-x-10-pack/25399
Thanks yeah can understand it bit better now ,
It's not the floating shelves though guys as you can see the thin MDF but I'll look into that .

Edited By: stefromuk on Oct 02, 2016 16:20: .

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