|Forum topic by TravHale||posted 02-14-2014 05:15 AM||3190 views||0 times favorited||6 replies|
02-14-2014 05:15 AM
I’m new here, and more importantly, new to wood working. As such I’ve started this hobby using reclaimed wood. I want to build a rustic shelf to display some older tools and such (it may also double as a bourbon/scotch bar). I’ve already got the back of the shelf assembled, but i’m struggling with the best way to attach the shelves.
I’ve decided that I want them (the shelves) to look free and floating, however, if they are going to sit on supports, I want those supports to be very minimalistic and fit the rustic/simple theme. Some other options i’ve considered are large screws/bolts and wooden pegs to support the shelves.
Here is a pic of it held entirely together by clamps, what do you guys suggest?
Looks like the image gets cut off when posting here.