Our rustic oak floating shelves 40mm thick will instantly add character to your home!
Each rustic oak floating shelf is handcrafted from the finest quality character grade kiln dried European oak. The edges are hand distressed and surfaces textured which gives the appearance of a centuries old, time worn piece of reclaimed oak. The standard depths we supply are 6, 8 and 10″. The thickness finishes around 40mm thick.
(We also offer 32mm thick options!)
The price is per shelf.
We are proud to offer the most comprehensive range of colour finishes on the market today! We use the finest quality wood stains which penetrate deep into the wood followed by a wax top coat.
High quality concealed shelf supports come free with each order. They are suitable for fixing to stone, brick, breeze block and stud walls where timber can be located. Our skilled workshop joiners machine precise holes in the back of the shelves to accept the concealed supports. Each order comes with detailed fitting instructions.
We aim to manufacture our solid oak floating shelves to the highest possible standard. In order to minimise waste, we may manufacture floating shelves from two or more pieces of timber to create the required depth. By following strict industry standard techniques, this does not detract from the overall quality and actually results in further stability.
What you need to know.
- We only use kiln dried oak, this means your shelf will not warp, twist or crack once installed in your home.
- Substantial 40mm thick!
- Concealed shelf supports are free of charge for solid walls.
- We source our oak from trusted suppliers we trust and is FSC certified.
- We have a track record of excellence! Don’t take our word for it, check out our testimonials.
Due to the handmade nature of this product dispatch time may increase during busy periods. If you’re working to a tight deadline please feel free to get in touch with us prior to ordering. Please note that oak is a natural product and each piece can vary with regards to grain, colour, knots and other distinguishing features. We can not treat any of the above as defects.