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graham cottrell

Aida - what type of customising are we talking?

The main items are the 'hidden steel rod brackets' that are fixed to the wall & then slide into corresponding holes in the shelf.

   
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cassandrascott24

Aida K, I bought my floating shelves from ETSY. Things on this site are hand made by craftsmen/women. I needed a shelf for my kitchen 2" shorter then the 2' one quoted. No problem... They made one shorter for me. You get to choose the wood and stain too. Many items on there are upcycled or made from recycled products esp wood. But the shelves will be solid wood, not ply or veneer as in your photo.

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forzaitalia

I bought a thick wooden shelf from Etsy too. There are loads of craftsmen on there who sell wooden items and some of them make them bespoke. Mine was from Ben Simpson.

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