Right On Bracket floating shelf brackets are perfect to create a modern shelf design. Perfect for any room in the house!
Hand-made and inspected in the USA. You can trust the strength and quality of our products.
Our Flat bar design allows for an easier installation process compared to a round bar design. The flat bars will fit into a round hole, while also providing a stable hold without any movement. When you drill the mounting holes into your shelf, you’ll have a little room for error.
Weight limit of our brackets with a solid flat bar is higher vs. a round hollow bar. A hollow bar can bend or break.
- Will support floating shelves with 7″ to 12″ in depth with a thickness of 1.5″ to 6″.
- Mounting plate (back of bracket) is 1-1/4 wide x 3/16″ thick.
- Flat bar rods are 6″ long x 1/2″ thick.
Floating shelf brackets will support shelves:
- 7″ – 12″ deep.
- 1/5″ – 6″ thick.
Extending flat bars per floating bracket size:
- Brackets 10″ – 30″ : 2 bars
- Brackets 34″ – 46″ : 3 bars
- Brackets 50″ – 58″ : 4 bars
- Brackets 70″ – 78″ : 5 bars
Weight Limits (Important):
- Brackets 10″ – 30″ : 100 Pounds
- Brackets 34″ – 46″ : 150 Pounds
- Brackets 50″ – 58″ : 200 Pounds
- Brackets 70″ – 78″ : 250 Pounds
- Note: Weight limits are based on a Licensed Professional contractor installing them properly into wood blocking or studs. Drywall anchors WILL NOT hold the same weight.
- If the bracket is mounted with only drywall anchors, assume 10 lbs per flat bar. (Using drywall anchors exclusively, only works well for shelves no deeper than 6″. Any deeper and they will likely pull out.) If you do plan to use only drywall anchors, We recommend using Drywall Toggles instead. A good brand we recommend is TOGGLER from Lowes.
Pre-drilled mounting holes:
- Mounting holes are 1/4″ in diameter.
- Mounting holes are 1″ from the end of the bracket and have a 4″ separation between each other,
- If the holes don’t line up with your studs, drill another 1/4″ to correctly line up with your studs.
- Make sure your order brackets slightly shorter in width compared to your shelves.
- Use a 1/2″ drill bit when drilling holes into your shelf.
- Pre-mark your drilling holes. Flat bars will allow some room for error, but check twice drill once.
- Mount brackets into studs or a stable wood material. Drywall will not produce a stable hold.
Are you worried about the weight capacity, but still want your shelves to have a “floating” look? We have other brackets that will hold significantly more weight. Check out our heavy duty hidden shelf brackets!