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How do you build a corner shelf for plants.

A floating shelf is a great way to add some life to your home. It can be used as a place to store books, display your favorite plants and make your room look more aesthetically pleasing.

Floating shelves are also a great way for plants to get the air and sunlight they need. They are perfect for people who live in small spaces or don’t have much space on their windowsills or other surfaces for plants to spread out.

Floating shelves are one of several ways to add storage space to any room. They can be used in the kitchen, bathroom, living room, and bedroom. It is important to note that floating shelves should not be placed in high traffic areas of the house. This is because they are more likely to get bumped and damaged.

Video on how to build a corner shelf for plants.


Materials for building corner shelves for plants.

In order to build a three shelves corner floating shelves for plants here are the materials you’ll need.

  1. Six of  three fourth inch floor flanges.
  2. Six of  three fourth caps and
  3. Six of  three fourth by 10 inch nipples
  4. Some heavy duty drywall anchors
  5. Three boards cut to the length you need for this project. You can use a 2 by 10 by 8 plywood which you can get cut to length for free at the hardware store or do it yourself at home if you have the required tools to do the cutting.

Tools to use for this DIY build a corner shelf for plants.

  1. A power drill which allows you to use as little effort and elbow grease as possible .
  2. A pencil.
  3. A level if you don’t like things crooked and
  4. A tape measure because eyeballing it just isn’t as accurate sometimes.

To start building the corner shelf for plants.

  1. Step one screw one cap into each nipple. These will be your brackets, hold off on the floor flange. These will be attached later.
  2. Decide where you want your shelves to be and start marking with your pencil. You measure 6 inches from the corner wall with a tape measure and place your fuller flange and mark it with a pencil and 13 inches in height from this first flange make another mark. Now place the fuller flange at that mark and use a pencil to mark the four flange holes on the walls again. These will be your marker for the pilot holes
  3. Now with your drill and drill bit make your holes. You can use a 3 by 16 drill bit for the pilot holes. Now screw the wall anchors into the holes you just drilled .
  4. Now that the wall anchors are in, fasten the floor flanges into the wall with the screws that came with the wall anchors. You can use two wall anchors because they can actually accommodate 90 pounds each.
  5. Measure out where to mount the next floor flange. You can space them 20 inches apart, make a mark with your pencil and made sure it was level.
  6. Attaching the brackets screw the brackets into the floor flanges and place your shelf on top of it it, should be level.
  7. To add a little bit of security you can fasten pipe straps to the underside of the shelf with some wood screws.
  8. To hang the remaining shelves you’ll want to repeat the entire process and then you’re done .

For a more finished look you can always sand the wood down and apply a wood stain.

How to Choose the Best Plants to Create a Beautiful Plant Stand.

If you are looking for plants to create a beautiful plant stand, here are some of the best plants to use.

The best plants to create a floating shelf are ivy, orchids, and ferns. These three plants can be used in both indoor and outdoor settings. They can also be used in any environment as they require low maintenance and don’t need much water.

The best plants for hanging from ceiling are spider plant, philodendron, and rubber tree plant. All three of these plants provide green shade and can grow up to about 3 feet tall. They also have long vines that can dangle down from the ceiling creating an interesting look for your space.

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