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Well if you ask me there are two possible approaches: If you insist on mounting shelves onto the wall you can do following: cut part of the dry wall from top to bottom in two places. I’m sure that there is some metal construction inside, and then add vertical elements specially designed for load bearing. Knauf and other call it "AU profile”. They look like ...


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Glue a strip (or two strips, to keep it parallel to the wall surface) of thicker wood to the back. Properly shaped (see ASCII art below for one version), that can BE your hanging hardware, or you can attach your hanging hardware to it. X X|| X is the plywood. This angle-cut bit of || X\| wood is attached to the plywood. \| X\\ ...


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One way to hang your thin plywood would be to acquire a strip of wood trim material that was say 3/4" wide by 1/4" thick by say 20" long. (The 20" length presumes you want to hang the piece with its 24" dimension horizontal). You would then glue this strip on the back side of the plywood with yellow carpenters glue. Clamp it into place or place heavy weights ...



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