Yuri Slimline Countertop Bracket

Up To 24 Deep & Any Length"

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The Yuri floating countertop bracket is rated for use with solid rock, granite and concrete slabs. This is ideal for kitchen counter or bathroom vanity applications requiring floating surfaces. Beyond that, this DIY hardware supports a multitude of floating desk, shelf and mantle styles, in a variety of sizes, without visible support. Use this steel bracket anywhere gravity-defying construction is required.

Shelfology floating desk hardware is engineered to support solid or hollow slabs, beams, and apron-construction surfaces 1½" to 4" thick, and from 9" to 24" deep. Designed for professionals as well as DIY’ers, these brackets mount directly to 2x4 studs inside your wall before drywall is added.

Brackets sold individually. Select the quantity of brackets based on the desired load and the number of studs your project will span.

  • Supports materials from 9" to 24" deep
  • Support up to 80 lbs. per bracket*

NOTE: All brackets must be installed into studs, or posts. Failure to do so may result in saggy surfaces, falling objects or even injury.


  • 8", 12", 16" & 20" x 3"wide and ½" thick solid steel rod
  • Mounts to side of studs (before wall covering)
  • Mounting plate is 12" long x 3" wide, ¼" thick hot-rolled steel
  • Screw holes are ¼" OD, ideal for high strength ¼" lag bolts
  • Recommended spacing is 32" OC for shallower, lighter duty installations, 16" OC or shorter for deeper, heavier duty installations

How to install floating countertop

NOTE: Installing this hardware requires some innate awesomeness (you have that already) and woodworking experience, or a buddy with woodworking experience.


Tools to get started

  1. Tape measure

  2. Drill/driver

  3. Level

  4. Quick clamps


Before you begin

Choose Slab Floating Countertop
Our countertop brackets let you make a floating surface from just about any solid or hollow wood slabs, beam, rock, stone, boxed and aproned construction you choose. No matter what you choose, your finished slab needs to be at least 7 inches to 24 inches deep. Remember that the deeper your surface, the less weight it will hold at the outer edge (think physics, teeter-totters and levers). 

Installation Method
All brackets must mount to the side of stud, or posts.

  1. Attach Bracket To Studs Or Posts
  2. Add Wall finish around your brackets leaving the posts visible. Prepare Your Slab To Fit Floating Surface Supports
  3. Test The Bracket And Surface Fit
  4. Mount Your Surface
  5. Secure in Place

Need a custom bracket?

We build special order brackets. Send us your unique requests. Mantel hardware is made in the USA from 100% American Steel, love, sweat, tears, and industrial awesomeness.

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Up To 24 Deep & Any Length"