The bookshelves to walls provide the homeowner an additional and exhibition space, and can be adapted to their intended use: Commercial and simple for an area of work or laundry, or intended for a living room or study. Build a shelf requires some simple tools and materials, plus a little planning and experimentation before you start.
1. Measure the wall where you would place the rack from the roof and side, height, length and depth of the bookshelves as well as the distance between them. Make sure you’re leaving enough for the items that will be on the platform space, which are deep enough for your books or high enough for a vase, for example. This is the time to experiment with different configurations and designs. To save time and wood, design your bookshelves near tables pre cut lengths generally feet 2, 4 or 8.
2. With a pencil, make marks on the wall where you want to place the bookcase. Measure from the floor to each measurement; check the markings to ensure that their brands are level, so that the bookshelves are not inclined.
3. Use a stud finder to contrary studs behind the wall. Then screw the shelf supports every 16 inches in places where you will put the shelf.
4. If you did not use measures precut tables, cutting tables shelf to the desired length. Sand the edges if necessary.