Shelving brackets – measure the total size of the shelf wall unit before you start chopping wood. Then place the plywood on a flat surface. Draw the shelves of shelving required. Draw shelving brackets, which should be half the length and only 1 cm high. You need two shelving brackets per shelf. Finally, pull the two shelf wall supports to measure the total height of the unit and 1 inch wide.
Cut each piece in the jigsaw and sandpaper the edges smooth to prevent splinters. Place a shelf down flat on the table so that the top of the shelf facing down. Place shelving brackets on top of the shelf, so it is flush with one of the long sides of the shelf. Secure the bracket to the shelf using the 1/4-inch screws and a screwdriver. Repeat this step with a second bracket on the shelf, but evenly apart.
Repeat the above steps with the remaining shelves in the wall rack. Make sure that all the shelving brackets are attached in the same places, so all shelves with brackets look identical. Place the shelves with brackets down so the back is facing up. Line up shelf followers towards the back of the shelves and to make marks in which each of the brackets will attach to the wall support. Drill holes in the wall support and connect the bracket with shelf for the two wall support pieces with 1/4-inch screws and a screwdriver.