Hardwood floating shelves are ready to finish in six widths
March 22, 2018 | 1:15 pm CDT
Omega National Products 10-inch version of floating shelves
LOUISVILLE, Kentucky - Omega National Products presents floating shelves, designed for contemporary and transitional kitchen and bath styling.
They are aimed for use between cabinets, at the end of a cabinet run or free-standing to store plates, glasses and decorative items in the kitchen and bath of your home. Omega National says its unique hanging system exceeds all KCMA requirements for strength.
The shelves are 2-1/2” thick by 10” deep or 12” deep (shown is a 10” version), and are offered in 6 different widths: 24”, 30”, 36”, 42”, 48” and 54”. Choose from ready-to-finish: maple, cherry, alder, paint grade, red oak or hickory. The complete turn-key system is individually packaged and includes the floating shelf, hanging brackets, hardware for mounting and instructions.
The floating shelves are constructed of solid wood and wood veneer (paint grade is poplar and mdf), and are made in the USA.
If you would like more information about this product, please visit www.omeganationalproducts.com or contact Omega National Products at 800-533-8809.

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