October 21, 2020
Our new home and studio were originally built in the 1970’s. Christin keeps saying it’s a man’s dream – 5 garages and one tiny kitchen. Lol This summer was spent moving and doing some pretty major renovations to the aesthetic of the house.
A little behind the scenes fact: Christin and I used to build houses a number of years ago. One of the things we enjoy most is doing a project together, it’s partly why we started Little w Studio.
The kitchen in the house needed some work (some might be an understatement) and, in the process, we decided to remove the old upper cabinets to open the space up and instead add floating open shelves.
It’s been a creative outlet to work on the house together and build some different things. Below is my guide on how I made the floating kitchen shelves. We love how they turned out.
The floating shelves are made out of Ash and the key to the whole thing for strength to hold your stuff are the brackets needed for inside Hover Solutions says you can use a 1:2 ratio of bracket to shelf length. So, for a 36-inch shelf, you will need an 18-inch bracket.
Here’s what you need:
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