Our 300mm solid oak shelves are made solely from timber of the highest quality. Our oak is sourced sustainably and manufactured in Europe before its transportation to our workshop in the UK, where it is fabricated and finished by our team. These shelves are available now with FREE next-day delivery!
Oak makes an ideal material for solid wood shelving. A robust yet elegant timber, oak is blessed with a characterful grain pattern and plentiful tonal variation - all of which create a beautiful surface. Perfect for use in the home or an office.
All shelves are supplied with square edges and are sanded to a smooth 150 grit finish before 3 coats of HABiol Oil are applied, enhancing resilience and creating a pleasing appearance.
Each 300mm shelf is constructed from a series of 40mm staves that are finger-jointed together with glue under high pressure. This construction balances optimum strength with an attractive look that brings out the personality of this favoured wood.
The shelves come pre-drilled, ready to be mounted on to specialist floating shelf fixings. Each solid oak shelf is supplied with the suitable number of brackets for its size, which are listed as follows: 2 brackets for 300 and 600mm wide shelves; 3 brackets for 900 and 1200mm wide shelves; and 4 brackets for the 1500mm wide variants. The use of 'invisible' brackets completes the appearance of these shelves, which will look impressive when mounted on any wall.
Oak shelving creates an excellent look that cannot be rivalled by softwood or veneer imitations. Our shelves are crafted from only the finest raw material, ensuring that their strength, resilience and natural charm does not diminish with age. However, these shelves are manufactured from natural timber, and as such small knots and splits may occasionally be present (this is very rare, but is considered a natural development in the wood).
Solid Oak Floating Shelf 300mm X 200mm X 40mm
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