In this video I made a super simple pair of floating shelves. I used pre made metal shelf brackets and some very common woodworking tools. A great project for even an amateur woodworker or DIYer looking to make something nice for their space!

Some tools I used in this video, and other you could use to make these. As an Amazon affiliate i earn from qualifying purchases:

The Brackets I used: (24″ length)

If you’re new to woodworking and on a budget Ive had great luck with the Ryobi battery powered tools. I used them in a professional environment and im always shocked with how well they perform, even at such a low price. No, this video is not sponsored by Ryobi.

Ryobi Drill and Impact Combo:

Ryobi Battery Palm Router (on sale with free batteries for only $70!)

Ryobi Battery Powered Jigsaw ( also with free batteries)

Ryobi Battery Circular Saw

Milescraft Drilling Guide

Good Palm/ Trim Router:

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0:00 – 1:17 – Intro
1:17 – 3:00 – Preparing the boards
3:00 – 3:59 – Applying the Finish
3:59 – 8:59 – Routing the shelves to accept the brackets
8:59 – 9:45 – Final Finishing
9:45 – 10:51 – Installing the shelves
10:51 – 11:52 – Outro

Check out the Lincoln Electric Power Mig 140MP, great for the home shop, Mig, TIG, and Stick in 1 machine!

Thank you to Pferd abrasives for supporting my shop and my channel. For links to some of the grinding discs I use most see below:

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→ Flap disc:

→ Inside corner disc (AMAZING):

→ Wire Wheel:

Thanks for watching! Be careful, know the limits of your skills and your tools! Don’t try this stuff at home!

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Below are some links to tools I use in the shop on a daily basis.

Starbond CA Glue:

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→ Bosch Miter Saw ( My Favorite miter saw)

→ Sawstop Table Saw:

→ Wen Tabletop Metalcutting Bandsaw

→ Articulated Vise:

→ Bosch Portable Bandsaw ( 18V)

→ Porter Cable Restorer:

→ Lincoln 120V Welder ( good for a home shop)

→ The Camera I use:

→ The Tripod I use: