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Add some modern flair and functionality to your home with these rustic floating shelves! Made of locally-sourced pine, stained in your color choice and then sealed with a water-based protective coating, these shelves will be a beloved piece of your home for years!
Q: What species of wood is used?
These shelves are made of high-quality, locally-sourced pine boards.
Q: Is installation hardware included?
Yes, every order comes with printed photo instructions, drill/driver bits, and all screws required for installation.
Q: How thick are these shelves?
The shelves are 3" thick.
Q: Can you do custom sizes?
Yes, just send a message with the size(s) needed and we'll send you a custom quote. Minimum thickness: 3", Maximum depth: 10"
Q: How many shelves are included?
This listing is for one shelf. The quantity you select from the menu will be the quantity of shelves you receive.
Q: How does the shelf mount to the wall?
The bracket, which is shipped inside the shelf, can be pulled out and attached to the wall using the included hardware. Once the bracket is mounted, the shelf slides back onto it and is secured with hidden trim screws.
Q: What is the weight capacity?
When properly installed, these shelves have been tested to hold up to 50 pounds! Many customers use these as open shelving in their kitchens with no issues.
Q: How are the shelves finished?
The shelves are stained and then sealed with two coats of matte finish Polycrylic, which seals and protects while maintaining a natural appearance.
Popular sizes and colors are listed, but feel free to request custom orders.
Returning customers: If you don't see the color of your previous order, we can still match it. Just send a message or add a note to your order
Sizes are listed as Width x Depth
For 12"x6" and 12"x8" shelves, make sure that the shelf will be placed in a space where the 10" bracket will intersect with a wall stud, as it is necessary for these to be attached to at least one stud.
*Due to the natural variance in wood, each piece will have its own unique grain and characteristics.
All of our products are handmade in Aroostook County, Maine!