SHELVES


Designed and Made in Los Angeles, our open shelf options are easily customizable and offer a modern elegant aesthetic for use in any kitchen, bathroom or accent shelving project.

The order form below is ideal for a select few shelving offerings in straight sections.

If you have any specific style of shelves in mind not listed below, e.g., stained finishes, ready to install L-shaped corner sections, shelving units, etc., please reach out to our custom fabrication team here with your plans and we’ll be happy to help.  

TYPES OF SHELVING


Solid Wood Shelves


Solid wood shelves have the ever classic look. Install is quick and easy with our L- or C-brackets which come in a variety of finishes, or pair them with your own! 

We recommend thick stock (1.5–2”) for open shelves in this style with 3-4 ft apart bracket placement. Thin stock can be used with a lip or additional bracing to reduce flexing but it’s ideal for hollow-box style shelving.

Hollow-Box Style Shelves


These offer the quickest on-site turnaround in a floating shelf project. Final install is reduced to simply sliding the shelves over our T-brackets. Solid wood shelves can be used as well but require careful drilling of holes in the back to receive the brackets. 

Our T-brackets involve drywall work for proper installation but results in the strongest floating shelves available in the industry. 

Rustic Reclaimed Doug Fir

Solid material with a characteristic rustic look. Comes in red/brown natural color tones.

Thick stock material is ~1 3/4”–2” thick and comes in a variety of natural widths, ideal for solid wood shelves. 
2x6’s
~5.5” wide
2x8’s
~7.5” wide
2x10’s
~9” wide
2x12’s
~11” wide
Thin stock is ~3/4” thick and ~5.5” wide (1x6’s) and can be fashioned into a variety of shelving needs. 

Recommended application: 
                                Thin Stock        Thick Stock
Solid wood                                                 ︎  
Hollow-box style           ︎ 
Shelving unit                  ︎                        ︎
Milled Smooth                                            ︎

Available Finishes:
Dead Flat Clear Coat 
Flat Clear Coat 

Rustic Reclaimed Barnwood

Solid material with a characteristic rustic look. Comes in red/brown natural color tones.

Thick stock material is ~1 3/4” thick and comes in a variety of natural widths. Wider shelves can be fabricated as needed.
2x6’s
~5.5” wide
2x8’s
~7.5” wide
Thin stock is ~3/4–1” thick and can be 4–22” wide. 

Recommended application: 
                                Thin Stock        Thick Stock
Solid wood                     ︎                        ︎   
Hollow-box style           ︎ 
Shelving unit                  ︎
Milled smooth                ︎                        ︎

Available Finishes:
Dead Flat Clear Coat
Flat Clear Coat

Reclaimed Silver/Gray Siding

Thin stock is ~3/4” thick and ~5.5” wide. 

Recommended application: 
                                Thin Stock
Hollow-box style           ︎
Shelving unit                  ︎

Available Finishes:
Dead Flat Clear Coat
Flat Clear Coat

Walnut

Thick stock material can be ~1 3/8”–2” thick and thin stock is ~3/4” thick. Either thickness can be fabricated to any desired width.

Recommended application: 
                                Thin Stock        Thick Stock
Solid wood                                                 ︎  
Hollow-box style           ︎                    
Shelving unit                  ︎                        ︎

Available Finishes:
Dead Flat Clear Coat
Flat Clear Coat
Clear Hardening Oil

Installation Notes: 


Vertical Static Load Test for our Brackets when mounted to the studs with appropriate fasteners:

    C-Bracket — 135 kg / 297 lb
    L-Bracket — 100 kg / 220 lb
    T-Bracket — 135 kg / 297 lb


For C- and L-Brackets:  

Mount brackets on studs only. 
Recommended shelf material is 1.5-2” thick and 1” wider than bracket depth.
Ideal bracket placement is every 32-48”, less for more load carrying application.
Plated versions come with matching finish on countersunk wood screws.
Use readily available screws on other finishes to match your aesthetic.
In case of metal studs or plaster walls, use appropriate fasteners only.  


For T-Brackets:

Drywall work is necessary.
Mount brackets on side on studs only.
If you are doing tile work, this is the ideal time to install these brackets. If the wall work is complete, make small openings for each bracket along the stud at height you need to secure them.
Ensure they are extending at a true 90o from the wall and level with each other.
Patch and paint the drywall or finish tiling.

Recommendations:
Recommended shelf material is 1.5-2” thick, with placement every 32-48”.
Stay at least 3” away from the ends of the shelves.
Bracket length should be ~60-80% of the depth of the shelves.
Account for length to be lost to tile work, drywall, etc. (typically, ~1/2-1”) in addition to any other recesses you may want to include.
Extension measurements are measured from the studs.

Shelf Preparation:
Solid wood shelves will need to be drilled with a 3/4" diameter bit to a sufficient depth in the spots where the brackets are placed.
The hollow box style shelves can easily slide over the brackets and are ready to use.

Helpful notes:  
A small bead of silicone, tape or rubber bands tied to the tip of the brackets is good way to eliminate any play in the shelves, or to make them level, once they are fitted on the brackets.
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