How Do You Build Floating Shelves In The Kitchen?
Floating shelves look as though they float on the wall, because the brackets and supports that hold the shelf remain hidden from view. If you would like a shelf in a tight space, or if you just don’t like the look of brackets and nails, you can build floating shelves in the kitchen to appeal to both your design taste and your desire for a functional kitchen. Whether you use your kitchen floating shelves to display pictures and knick-knacks or you use them to store items such as canisters and dishes, you can install a floating shelf in the kitchen on your own. Mark the location of your floating shelves on your kitchen wall. Use a tape measure to determine the length of shelf you want, then mark your starting point on the wall using a carpenter’s pencil. Use a level to make sure the floating shelf sits straight, then trace a line the distance of your shelf across your wall. Repeat this step for each kitchen floating shelf you want to install. Cut 2-inch by 4-inch pieces of wood to the le