Point out an ideal place for your shelf
First, sort out a perfect for your library. Now this place can be anywhere over the walls but preferably to a corner to get a proper grip. Moreover, by selecting a corner, you can conserve much of the wall space and at the same time you can make use of the poor unused corner of you wall.
Take proper measurements
Interior designs and architecture is all about mathematics and dimension, but wait; do not confuse this with complex algebra as these are basic length measurements and we all are quite nimble in this field. Before taking a measurement of the length and breadth, you must have a rough image about the shelf size and in doing this, you may circumvent several trails and errors and other misconception. Do not make the shelves too big as this will reduce the longevity of the hanging shelves because a big rack will cut short the overall aesthetic value for your interiors.
Buy an accurate bracket
When you are done with the measurements, it is the time for holder shopping. They will act as the holders, which will support the shelf, against the force of gravity. Just simply give your desired measurements to a steel manufacturing firm, special in this kind of trade and they will at once deliver your required product.
Grill your wall
Your wall will hold the entire structure, so you need a grill it to fix the screws over it. Be quite careful in this field as grilling machines are fractionally accident-prone and if you are not experienced in this area, then you can definitely take help from a professional carpenter. Sometimes, the steel manufacturing firm furnishes this kind of grilling service.
Laying the slab
Upon erecting the holders successfully via grilling and attaching screws, you need to lay the slab, the basement where your books will rest. Maximum people employ wooden slabs but with wooden slabs, there are associated risk of termites, which hamper the overall strength, and longevity of the shelf. You can pick up a substitute of wooden slabs, like a metal slab. They are sturdy; termites cannot even kiss their surface, and they are rust free.