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do you have any specifications?
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@ProjectPete also posted about the project here - https://www.workshop.com.au/t5/Outdoor-Living/Floating-planter-box/m-p/2272
I'm sure he'd be happy to share how he made it.
Sorry for the late reply @wilso2310 - I didn't write the dimensional specs down as I made them to fit the space, but these are the bit of wood I got from Bunnings.
Front, back, sides
Bottom - I joined this side by side to achieve 84mm width.
Everything is biscuit joined, then lined with black plastic and fixed to wall with sleeve anchors.
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You might be interested to read more about the creator of this project - @ProjectPete. You can read a profile on Pete on our blog at https://www.workshop.com.au/t5/Blog/Turning-a-house-into-a-home/ba-p/2319
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