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December 15, 2019 Bookcase Ideas

Build Floating Bookcase That Can Hold Many Books

If you want a way to store and display your books, but you do not have space for a floating bookcase, builds and installs floating bookcase. Floating bookcase is mounted on the wall using a clamp on the shelf slips, giving the appearance that is floating because the support structure is not visible. A shortcut you can take to build them is to use hollow doors for center shelves.

Creative Design Floating Bookcase

Creative Design Floating Bookcase

Find the studs in the wall where the floating bookcase are installed, using a search engine rivets. Mark your location and draw a line to connect brands. Use a level to draw lines to make sure the shelf is right. Cut a door empty center 18-inch (45.7 cm) in two parts of the same length using a circular saw equipped with a carbide blade 40 teeth.

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Apply stain on the door panels, or apply primer and paint and let dry. Measure the inside edges of the door panels. Cut a piece of 2 by 4 inches (5 x 10 cm) for each floating bookcase to match the inner dimensions of the panels. The tables are the clamps on the shelves are hung.Hold the bracket against the wall with the upper end against the line you drew. You may want the help of an assistant for this.

Drilled pilot holes 1/8 inch (0.31 cm) through the brackets and entering rivets. Spend some lag screws through each hole in the bracket and into the rivets with a drill or an adjustable wrench until the screw is tightened. Remove about 1 1/2 inches (3.8 cm) from the center of cardboard inside the doors with wood chisel. Slide the floating bookcase on the brackets to see if they fit well.

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If necessary, cut the shelf to fit directly against the wall. Woodworking glue applied to the inner lower edge of the door and the top of the clamps. Put the doors on clamps. Place a square above the doors and lift them up. 1 inch nails passed through the gates and into the rivets each 8 inches (20 cm). Again, you may want an assistant for this step

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