Easy DIY Floating Shelves with Pocket Hole Joinery For Beginners

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In this video, I show you an easy way to make DIY floating shelves using pocket hole joinery. Floating shelves look great in any home and are easy to build. You can build these floating shelves with minimal tools using only 1x6 (onebasix) material. These floating shelves will hold common decorations and add extra storage to any room. Building these diy floating shelves is a great way to add shelves to your kitchen. You can even use this floating shelf design in a closet or bathroom. This is the perfect design for a floating shelf under a tv as well. There are so many uses for these floating shelves. Check out how I make floating shelves for the wall the easy way. These floating shelves make a great project for beginner woodworkers. They are easy to build and require only square cuts.

*Tools used in This Build*
DeWalt Miter Saw:
Kreg Pocket Hole Jig:
Kreg Face Clamp:
DeWalt Sander:
DeWalt Right Angle Attachment:

*Supplies Used in This Build*
Kreg 1 1/4 screws:
Titebond Wood Glue:
Minwax True Black Stain:
Varathane Polyurethane:

Headphones: PowerBeats Pro:

Camera Equipment Used for Videos:
Canon M50
Canon 22mm Lens:
Microphone for M50:

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0:00 Intro
1:20 How To Start Building Floating Shelves
2:39 Cutting Shelving Material
4:17 Pocket Hole Joinery for Shelves
6:15 How to Assemble Floating Shelf
10:17 Sanding Floating Shelves
10:58 Staining Floating Shelves

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