Glass Shelf Clip Kits
Great Bathroom Shelf
I like shelves over toilets. I have 4 toilets in my house, so that is a lot of shelves. I purchased this for my basement guest room bathroom. It is simple, looks great and holds a basket with some toilet paper and some hand towels. Easy to install. A bit pricey, but you get what you pay for.
March 11, 2014
Perfect option for small bathrooms! I have a pretty small bathroom and only one cabinet under the sink. I put two of the glass shelves above the toilet and they work great for towels.
April 29, 2014
Everything about these shelves is beautifully crafted! The slight bevel on the edges adds a wonderful finished look. We have two 24" x 6" shelves on the living room wall to display our children's wedding photos. Just purchased 2 24" x 10" shelves to form a long shelf below the first two. We have a tiny living room, so these "airy" units provide the perfect way to display a few of our favorite items without adding a cluttered appearance. I don't generally get excited about decorating, but these shelves make me happy!
They are a bit pricey, but I haven't found any others of similar quality that don't cost a LOT more.
April 16, 2012
Like them, but had issues installing
These shelves definitely look nice. I used 2 of them (24" x 6") above our washer & dryer for holding detergent, etc. FINALLY able to have nothing on top of the washer/dryer. Very clean looking now. Since I have the brackets installed in the studs, they can hold the 80 lbs stated (which is why I chose this shelf...needed one that could take weight of detergent bottles, yet was low profile).
My problem was with installing the brackets (thus the 4 star rating). It seemed simple enough...I mean only two screws per shelf, how long can it take?! Well, I drilled the starter holes per instructions. Then came the difficulty...trying to use an electric drill to screw in the screws. You have very little room between the top/bottom of the bracket where the screw goes. You have to have a longer entension for your drill bit to fit in to be able to use your electric screw driver. Then, I had a screw strip and had to make due with another. Maybe I just had extra dense studs or something (ha!), but even with the 1/8" predrilled holes, it was difficult to get the screws tight. Yes, I did get out the good ole manuel screw driver, but the screws are long enought that when they get to 3/4 of the way in, it is extremely difficult to do unless you use an electric screw driver. I am a DIY person and have installed their Elfa shelves with no issues. This just took me a lot longer than expected because of the difficulty of using an electric drill with the very limited space into which the screw fits.
September 2, 2010