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jcpenney.com | Solid 48" Floating Wall Shelf

Solid 48" Floating Wall Shelf

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Add some charm to your walls and create additional space with this beautiful solid wood floating wall shelf.
  • wood and metal construction
  • black woodgrain finish
  • hanging hardware included
  • wipe clean
  • 10x48x1 1/8"H
  • imported
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Won't hang correctly. While these shelves were easy to install, they will not hang correctly! They look as if they are sloping down away from the wall instead of at a 90 degree angle from the wall. The shelves themselves are very heavy and sturdy, but the component the shelves slide onto is flimsy and cannot support the weight of the shelves. Will be returning, as well as patching 16 holes and repainting my wall.
Date published: 2017-03-12
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Are the metal dowels solid or hollow? And how long are they?

I am wondering if, over time, the weight of the shelf, plus contents, will bend the dowels downward, causing the shelf to tilt down. Or, would the weight slowly rip the bracket out of the wall?
Asked by: Kathy
Please note that the metal dowels are solid. There are a couple of things to look at if the shelf starts to slope over time       1.      Installation – The shelf is only as good as the installation. We recommend always mounting into a wall stud when possible. If the shelf is not anchored into a stud then over time it can begin to sag (pull away from wall) especially if the anchors were not installed properly into the dry wall.    2.      Weight Limit – If too heavy of an object or objects are placed on the shelf than it can cause the shelf to pull away from the wall. This goes back to anchoring the shelf to the wall studs. If this is done properly than there should not be any issues.       Please let us know if you have any other questions or concerns. We truly appreciate your business  
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2016-05-24
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