DIY wall-mounted shelving :: Uses twin tracks & sturdy brackets; shelf heights are adjustable. Brackets are screwed to 3/4" boards that were sanded & stained for the shelving. As was said, it's all about meticulous planning *before* drilling any holes :-) but otherwise a fairly easy project with readily-available components. . . . . ღTrish W ~ https://www.pinterest.com/trishw/diy-projects-arts-crafts/ . . . .
These are beautiful. I assume they're strong, but I'd want to try them out first. I like the idea of the exposed vertical shelf supports. Unlike so many big box store options, the supports are an attractive part of the shelving themselves.
I am speechless........ This is the greatest invention for shelving I've seen so far. Now I just need to figure out how to make it. If anyone out there (carpenters/engineers) can figure this out PLEASE fill me in! Thanks!
WMSLG: LARGE THRU-BLOCK WALL MOUNTED ADJUSTABLE SHELVING The “Thru-block“ wall mounted shelving system is also available in reclaimed Oregon black walnut (OBW) in two sizes (See specs below). The vertical supports are 1 1/2“ W x2“ D x 58“ L, with ¾“ diameter holes, spaced at 3-½“ OC in order to allow for maximum adjustment to shelves. The shelving “planks“ are 1-1/2“-thick x 10“-deep x 4‘-0“-wide. Individual ¾“-diameter x 9“-long OBW dowels are included for shelf support and book stops. A…