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To give the impression of no supports, floating racks are secured on the wall using cleats. These are strips of wood almost the size of the shelf that are drilled right into the wall surface studs as if the shelves fit perfectly over them. To make cleats, you'll need to gauge for cleat thickness exactly. Measure the inside size of the door, from leading to bottom, in addition to the precise size. Cut a 2- x 4-inch piece of timber at the very same length as the cleat. Then tweak the various other dimensions for elevation.