Posts Tagged ‘shelf’

Excellent Hanging Shelf Hardware

March 12th, 2011 by KTU | 11 Comments | Filed in 6. Interior Materials and Finishes, Notes on Approaches, Park City Mountain Modern

My architects like hanging shelves and I do too. They often take the “cowboy” approach of using galvanized threaded rod and nuts and washers to support the shelving. I wanted something a little more refined, but didn’t want to pay hundreds of dollars for fussy little European hardware bits. Here’s a solution I came up with, which has proven to be excellent in all respects.

Excellent hanging shelves, but where do you get that hardware?

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Baltic Birch Media Shelf Unit – CNC Routed Parts

July 7th, 2012 by KTU | 1 Comment | Filed in 6. Interior Materials and Finishes, Notes on Approaches

In the Park City house, we have three bedrooms that all are set up nearly identically with wall-mounted TVs. We fed the wires through the wall, but then have the pesky cable box to contend with. I wanted a shallow media shelf of some kind that would accommodate a cable box and a DVD player, but be relatively small and unobtrusive. The main problem with some of the products on the market is that they are too deep. I really wanted something about 11 inches deep, which is plenty for the items to be stored. ┬áSo, I designed a shelving unit that could be assembled from tubing and flat shelves. Here’s what I ended up with. It’s 32″ W x 11″ D x 21-1/2″ H.

The finished shelf unit in place.

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