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How to fit shelves to a strange corner

Posted by Kelly on February 7th, 2001 04:15 PM

How do you fit shelves to a strange corner? I'd like the shelf to fit flush against the back wall of the pantry so that stuff doesn't fall behind the shelf. One corner of the pantry is an angle of about 105 to 115 degrees and the two walls curve into one another rather than meeting at a sharp angle. The dimensions of the shelf are listed below. I think there is a method call "scribing" to transfer this angle and curve to the actual shelf but I don't know how to do it. Can anybody explain it to me? Thanks a lot!

The shelves will measure about 24.5 inches across the back, 43.5 inches across the front, 19.5 inches on the right side and 27 inches on the left side. The right side meets up at right angles with the front and back.

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