Introduction: Slanted Shelf
I got bored a while ago and was thinking of a new project to do. I've had this project in mind for a while now so I decided to make it. It's a very cool piece and everyone seems to like it. So far everyone who has seen it has asked "why?" which was exactly what I was looking for haha. I hope you enjoy.
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Step 1: Materials and Tools
-wood (make sure its the same thickness as the book)
-spare book you dont want anymore
-saw (i used a mitre saw)
Step 2: Make the "bookend"
To make the "bookend" for this, measure the wood to fit inside the book and cut the pages out. Cut the wood to fit. Drill 2 pilot holes in the bottom of the wood and glue the wood to the inside of the book, making sure it's flush.
Step 3: Make the Shelf
For this step all you need to do is drill holes where the bookend is going to go and then screw it in place. I used 3" screws for this. Then Screw 2 pieces of wood to the bottom of the shelf (or one long one). Finally just screw the shelf to the wall at an angle, add books, and enjoy.