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Reclaimed Wood Floating Shelf
Bring a rustic touch to your home decor with this beautiful reclaimed redwood floating shelf. This easy-to-install shelf offers a sealed natural finish and a spacious surface for storing and displaying books, knickknacks, photos and more.
ITEM#: 16388089Bring a rustic touch to your home decor with this beautiful reclaimed redwood floating shelf. This easy-to-install shelf offers a sealed natural finish and a spacious surface for storing and displaying books, knickknacks, photos and more.
- Set includes: One (1) shelf, mounting bracket and hardware
- Materials: Reclaimed redwood
- Finish: Sealed natural finish
- Weight: 11 pounds
- Dimensions: 12 inches wide x 3 inches high x 24 inches long
|Organizer Type||Hanging Shelf|
|Model Number||24 in. floating shelf|
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Shelves are constructed of reclaimed wood as described, but look like wood reclaimed from shipping pallets. Shelves arrived with splintered edges, uneven joints and exposed nails (staples) . Overstock sent replacements, but they were of the same poor quality. I returned both shelves for a full refund. Look elsewhere for better quality at a lower price.Read More
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The shelves arrived unfinished (natural patina). They likely can be stained or painted. However, the wood is so dry (poor quality) that you need several coats and may not get the finish you are looking for.
Hello Debcogo, this is reclaimed redwood. It could be stained or painted. Thank you for shopping with us! tb
How do you install
Hello mookie22, this can be installed by placing the mounting bracket under the shelf. The mounting hardware is included. Thanks for shopping with us. Jennifer E
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