Floating Shelves

$256.00$443.00

Our shelves are easy to install, sturdy, and have the appearance of a solid piece of wood with no visible brackets. The Olde Mill uses real wood to handcraft all of our products. Reclaimed longleaf pine tells the story of its previous life with color variations, knots, cracks, bolt holes and natural imperfections that add charm to each piece. Our shelves come in a variety of lengths to help complete your layout and add storage while saving space. Steel brackets are included with all orders. We can also custom build any sizes and help design any space.

*All orders include 2 mounting brackets

Lead Time: Allow 2 weeks for production

Measurement: Face x Depth x Length

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Material

Reclaimed Longleaf Pine

Like fine wine, the beauty and majesty of Longleaf Pine comes from its age. Our Longleaf Pine lumber has been salvaged from 100+ year old buildings set for demolition. This antique wood is much harder and dryer than virgin wood, attributes that lend to its strength and longevity, which keeps it from warping and twisting with age. Its beautiful, close-grained appearance makes it an excellent choice for projects showcasing the wood’s natural brilliance. The tenacious and splendid characteristics of antique Longleaf Pine is the reason The Olde Mill selects it as their production material.

Material

Reclaimed Longleaf Pine

Like fine wine, the beauty and majesty of Longleaf Pine comes from its age. Our Longleaf Pine lumber has been salvaged from 100+ year old buildings set for demolition. This antique wood is much harder and dryer than virgin wood, attributes that lend to its strength and longevity, which keeps it from warping and twisting with age. Its beautiful, close-grained appearance makes it an excellent choice for projects showcasing the wood’s natural brilliance. The tenacious and splendid characteristics of antique Longleaf Pine is the reason The Olde Mill selects it as their production material.

Process

Exceptional Craftsmanship

Our process begins with salvaged wood that is milled into ¼” veneers. These veneers are then laminated to a plywood substrate. From there, we give the edges a locking miter profile, to ensure that all sides interlock smoothly, before assembling it with a high-quality, water-resistant wood glue. This process results in a seamless beam that appears solid on the outside, yet is completely hollow inside.

Process

Exceptional Craftsmanship

Our process begins with salvaged wood that is milled into ¼” veneers. These veneers are then laminated to a plywood substrate. From there, we give the edges a locking miter profile, to ensure that all sides interlock smoothly, before assembling it with a high-quality, water-resistant wood glue. This process results in a seamless beam that appears solid on the outside, yet is completely hollow inside.

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