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Old 03-05-2018, 04:53 PM   #1
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Looking for shelf ideas

Looking for shelf ideas for two small cubby in bedroom of my 28.5rsts. If you have pictures please post them. Thanks
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I added a second shelf by putting one small 2x2 on each side then a small 1/4" piece of plywood for the base of the shelf, thus giving me a second shelf.
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How did you attach the 2X2's to the walls?
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There's screws and glue holding. You only have to go into the cabnet wall about 1/2" or so with adding the glue. The screws probably would be enough but I like a little added stringht to it.
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I was thinking of doing this but the screws were my concern. I will try it now and I'll use liquid nails.
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I am going to trey it. Thanks. Iím also looking to do shelves in the slide out closet since we dont usual travel with much hanging clothes
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Yes screws are a consern as long as you don't go any deeper into the walls than 1 1/4" I've put all kinds of pics up all over my walls to make our 5ther more like home. Good luck in your shelf mods.
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Yes screws are a consern as long as you don't go any deeper into the walls than 1 1/4" I've put all kinds of pics up all over my walls to make our 5ther more like home. Good luck in your shelf mods.
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You said to use screws that are not longer then 1 1/4" what size for finished side of cabinets the side that face the bed. That is very thin.
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