Hello - I am from India and i am writing regarding a query i have on
attaching a wooden shelf. My grandfather used to own a good quality
wood (unsure if its teak etc..) table, over the years, the legs began
to deteriorate and i did not have the heart to throw it away. so i
sawed off the legs and planed the base to get a regular wooden box
It is about
2 feet in length
1 foot in width
0.5 foot in depth.
weight should be about 5 Kilograms.
I am planning of attaching this to my patio, here we have mostly
concrete wall construction. My current method is to get 2 'L' shaped
metal brackets and attach it to the wall, placing the brackets beneath
the wooden shelf.
The only problem with this method i have seen earlier is that the
whole unit would tend to irritatingly "sag/ tilt" after it is
attached. I am unsure if the spacing between the brackets is too close
or too far apart.
If there is a better method , i'd appreciate your ideas and
suggestions on this.