Ideas Of Corner Mahagony Bookcases
Mahagony bookcases – If you need a large shelf, but you do not have a lot of wall space, you can build a corner shelf. It makes great use of a corner, allows deeper shelves and does not occupy as much space as a shelf that lines the wall. Although you have to cut the triangular shelves for a corner shelf. The process of doing so does not make the process even more difficult to complete.
Measure from the corner of the wall to the outside to determine how much you want the bookcase to protrude from the wall. Measure from the ground to determine how high you want the corner shelf to stand. Cut two pieces of wood with a thickness of 1 inch to the measurements obtained in step one. When cutting the boards length, cut an edge with a 45 degree bevel. This will allow you to pair the edges together to create a 90 degree angle. These are your vertical supports.
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Place the two vertical supports against the vertical wall at the corner with the 45 degree angles coupled together. Place a ruler through the front of the vertical supports. You can use a piece of wood for this. Measure from the point where the 45-degree joint angles to create a 90-degree angle with the trailing edge of the ruler. This tells you how deep your shelves should be. Measure from the front edges of the vertical support. This tells you the width of the front of the shelves should be.