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Easy DIY Floating Shelves!
I finally put use to a blank wall I have been staring at in my bathroom for far too long. I am LOVING how it turned out! Check out my new DIY floating shelves!
How fun are those?? I really wanted my shelves to be thick and beefy looking. I also wanted them to be super sturdy in case a certain 2 year old decides to use them as a ladder. It will happen. This design does both!
I have a full tutorial here…
This is a great beginner project… Very simple cuts and assembly! Let’s get started!
Supply List for 3 Shelves
1 – 1″ x 10″ x 8′ pine or whitewood board
2 – 2″ x 3″ x 8′ pine or whitewood board
1/4″ hardwood plywood material – I bought a 4′ x 4′ sheet and had Home Depot rip mine into 9.25″ strips.
3 – 1″ x 4″ x 6′ select pine or whitewood boards
Kreg Jig (optional and totally recommended)
2.5″ pocket hole screws
3.5″ torx or wood screws