Harbour Housewares Floating Wooden Wall Shelf Shelves - 60cm - Black
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- Product Code: B015JA4B8M
Modern, stylish and minimalistic finish
Look perfect on the lounge wall with picture frames, flowers, books or decorations
Dimensions: Length 60cm Width: 23.5cm Height: 3.8cm
Strong metal bracket fixes to wall, shelf slides on and is secured by screws
Easy to assemble and fittings included
Breathe new life into your interior and show off your favourite decorative trinkets and treasures with these Floating Wooden Wall Shelves from Harbour Housewares.
When it comes to DIY, there are 2 things we all look for: simplicity and reliability. Made from MDF, these shelves will easily stand up to the rigours of the modern home, while their installation could not be simpler. Just affix the included strong metal bracket to your wall of choice; the shelf then simply slides on and secures with screws. Whether it's spices in the kitchen, DVDs and books in the living room, or beloved family photos in the bedroom, these shelves will provide the perfect platform with which to show off your prized possessions. With a variety of sizes and colours on offer, you can be sure that the Harbour Housewares floating shelves will fit whatever your vision of home may be.
Floating Style Shelf
Contemporary styling to suit any decor
Strong Metal Bracket
Affixes simply and securely to any interior wall
Easy to Install
Rawlplugs and screws included
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Customer questions and answers
- will these shelf fit and hold a sky hd box?No as its not long enough in the front for a sky box
- Would u be able to fit a cable tidy/trunking behind this shelf? i was looking for a shelf with a gap behind it to do this.No, not as it is, but you can “notch” out a gap on the wall side using a jig-saw, I’ve done it myself & it doesn’t affect the load bearing but I must confess it don’t look very good, I had to do it because the lead from my blu-ray player was about 150mm too short to reach the socket. So it is possible but if you go ah… see more No, not as it is, but you can “notch” out a gap on the wall side using a jig-saw, I’ve done it myself & it doesn’t affect the load bearing but I must confess it don’t look very good, I had to do it because the lead from my blu-ray player was about 150mm too short to reach the socket. So it is possible but if you go ahead it won’t look as good, good luck Dave see less
- Can it be use as a book shelf? Seriously running out of space for my booksI would say so, I use mine to hold German beer glasses and they are fine. In my opinion it depends on the wall. My shelves are on a plasterboard wall with plugs and they are pretty sturdy.
- What weight can they take ?I have a Dell 17" Monitor on it along with a Candle Holder. (4.6 Kg)I guess it depends on who fits the shelf.