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MooMooKerchu Fri 19-May-17 22:29:50


Just looking for confirmation/suggestion really.

We want to put a breakfast bar in against two walls (as per picture).

It's into solid wall, not plasterboard. I'm thinking secure batons to the wall with a good number of screws against both walls and then secure worktop to the batons, and add a leg.

Hopefully the diagram I've drawn explains it - do you think this will be enough or will we need to do more to secure the top?

Can't secure the leg to the floor at the moment but could put a bracket at the leg end against the wall to add extra stability if needed - but not sure if this is overkill.

Can anyone help?


johnd2 Fri 19-May-17 22:51:30

Yes, the battens should be fine but you'll need to secure the leg enough to make sure it won't fall if knocked from the side. You could put a diagonal or two nearish the top if you don't want to secure to the floor - think of a standard table for inspiration.

MooMooKerchu Fri 19-May-17 22:54:56

OK - so the leg will be attached to the top of the table, just not the the floor - but I could add the bracket/diagonal at that end too for extra stability.

I really don't want it accidentally ripped off the wall at some point grin

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