How to Make a Hanging Wall Shelf
This hanging wall shelf is a great starter project which will teach you the importance of accuracy. The joinery has a twist on the classic joints which include the stopped housing dado and the stub mortise and tenon. Whether you choose to use it as a spice rack for the kitchen, a trophy display for the living room or even a cosmetics storage for the bathroom, this project is a great addition to any home.
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For this project you will need:
- Chisel Hammer
- Tape measure
- Tenon Saw
- Abrasive Paper
- Shellac and Hake Brush
- Sash Clamps
|Top and Bottom||16″ x 4 ½” x ¾”||406mm x 114mm x 19mm|
|Sides x 2||22″ x 3 ¾” X ¾”||558mm x 95mm x 19mm|
|Middle Shelf||13 ½” x 3 ¾”” x ¾”||340mm x 95mm x 19mm|
|Top Rail*||13 ½” x 2″ x ¾”||343mm x 51mm x 19mm|
|Middle Arch Rail*||15 ½” x 2″ x ¾”||394mm x 51mm x 19mm|
*Leave these slightly long as we cut these to exact length later in the project