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sybaris

09:54AM | 12/07/07
Member Since: 08/25/05
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I have a wall behind a couch and would like to mount book shelves on it above the couch. The wall is made of thick wood panelling. The area for the shelving is approximately 4HX10W.

I would like to mount the shelves with no visible means of support (no brackets) although due to the length of the shelves I probably would have to have some verticle supports/dividers betwen the shelves to prevent bowing.

Is there a technique for doing this?

Thanks

bobsbuddy

03:07PM | 12/11/07
Member Since: 06/24/07
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sybaris

08:01AM | 12/12/07
Member Since: 08/25/05
4 lifetime posts
Thanks!

shomam

10:09AM | 02/27/08
Member Since: 06/12/06
4 lifetime posts
Hello, if you want some more info on Wood Working Plans, Projects, & Patterns make sure to take advantage of this site:

http://www.mywoodworkingexpert.com/

This is the site I go to for my woodworking needs.

Jim8910

09:25AM | 03/03/08
Member Since: 03/02/08
5 lifetime posts
It looks like you got some good resources. The Reader's Digest link looks to be almost spot on with what you're looking for. But if you still need to find some more information, you can try this custom search tool: http://easywoodworking.swicki.com/.

Let me know how things go.
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