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The inverted bookshelf turns a bit of your living room upside down as it hangs all of the books from the bottom instead of supporting them from below. ...
In addition to the basic materials for a shelf of wood and brackets, you will also need elastic webbing and a staple gun. The elastic that I'm using ...
The key things you need to figure out are how wide your books are and what length of elastic is good enough to support all of the books ...
Now that you have a length and a width, the next step is to staple gun two pieces of elastic down the middle of the board. I'm going ...
I slid the books in and even the heaviest book was perfectly snug. It turned out that two straps was too much for the smaller books and started ...
Now that you know that the shelf itself is stable, add a couple of brackets to the other side of the board. Then simply screw it into the ...
You can leave it as is or go for some more realism by gluing some toys, bookends, or even a fake drink to the bottom of the board ...
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