Hey friends! So excited about how this latest build turned out! I seriously now want a set of corner shelves in every room. I am in the middle of revamping my daughter’s room, and just finished up one big corner. Check out how these DIY Floating Corner Shelves turned out!
This is a variation of our original DIY floating shelves, and so simple to build! The best part? Each shelf cost under $40 in lumber. I will share the full tutorial below, and you can also download and print the FREE plans by clicking HERE !
Check out our How to Build a Floating Shelf Video HERE!
I used my miter saw to cut the frames for my shelves first. This part uses 2×4 lumber.
Once those were cut, I used my K5 Kreg Jig
to create 1.5″ pocket holes into each of my small pieces.
Each short piece will have two pocket holes like below…
Next, I used my Ryobi 18V drill to connect the small pieces to the longer wall cleats with 2.5″ pocket hole screws. I added a line of Titebond wood glue under each small piece before connecting…