By De3wii190. Corner Bookcases & Bookshelves. At Sunday, October 06th 2019, 22:28:34 PM.
This is probably the most important aspect to consider when buying a new bookshelf. Even though it is placed at a corner, it should fit in with the rest of the home furniture's design.
Do not measure up from the floor. If the floor is not perfectly level, your shelf will not be either. Make one mark at the desired height and then using the level, transfer it to the other wall. A corner shelf support can be as simple as a piece of one inch by two inch material. If the shelf is two feet wide on each wall you will need to install one twenty-four inch piece and one twenty-three inch piece (nominal) on the walls. You can router the edges with a fancy design or just round them over as you choose. Once the support pieces are in place (ledgers) you can construct the shelf itself. An inexpensive shelf can be cut from plywood with a nice front curved edge. By using a piece of three quarter inch wide or larger edge trim to finish off the cut edge, you can paint this shelf and have a great unit. If you wish to stain the shelf you will need to either edge glue and build up a wide board or obtain a twenty-four inch wide board from a saw mill.
Furnishing an empty room can be fairly difficult. Finding space to put extra things in an already furnished room is even more difficult. This is why you turn to corner shelves. Corner wall shelves allow you to use those corners, where nothing else useful will fit, for convenient storage and decoration. Corner shelves can be wood slats attached directly to the wall, or any form of bookshelf, drawer set, rack, or stackable boxes that fit snugly into your corner. They are perfect for any storage; books, crafts, files, fruit holder, photo displays... Nearly anything in your home that has "no place," make a place for it. In the corner. With corner shelves.