This is an example of a couple project we've done that are thin floating shelves. Most we do at 2 1/4" thick. Custom size length and depths available.
Wood we have: Walnut, Cherry, Maple, Oak and Poplar.
We construct these out of solid 3/4" solid wood and veneer plywoods for the top and bottom that will match the face. Mitered corners on the ends.
The brackets Don welds up with 3/8" and 1/4" steel custom for each peice.
They are very sturdy.
Over the past few years we have had a lot of requests for this type of shelf, but have not found very sturdy brackets to go with them...So, just like everything else Don builds (no, he never reads these listings :-) they are more than up to the task when he gets done with them.
Please contact us for info on pricing. We would need to know the depth & length of the shelf you would like us to build for you.
Thank you for looking!
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The floating shelves are beautifully made and will make a stunning statement in our kitchen! And the two custom floating bedside floating shelves are perfect! beautiful walnut finish, we couldn’t be more pleased. will post photos once construction is completed! Thank you so much, the project was high quality and value!
Heather and Bill were really helpful in choosing the right size, stain and wood for all the shelving/mantel and answered all of our questions quickly. Everything turned out great! Highly recommend them!
This was my second project with Don and Heather- once again they did not disappoint! Great craftsmanship. Excellent color matching and super easy to work with. The products are meticulously packaged and very well protected. From start to finish I could not ask for a better experience.
Amazing craftsmanship, incredible packing, and amazingly fast shipping!
My shelves arrived just in time for Thanksgiving which makes me even more excited to host our family! The craftmanship is stunning! Great communication...quick responses and explanations. If I ever have another project, I'm using Custom Corners again!