I want to build a 45 degree angled shelf (think along the lines of a magazine shelf) across a 4 metre plasterboard covered concrete wall. The target load is approx. 50kg distributed evenly.
I haven't bought any of the materials yet, but I'm considering getting some of these laminated chipboard panels. My initial plan was to purchase a set of 45 degree angled metal brackets and fix them at 1 metre intervals, to compensate for the front-heavy weight distribution.
So far I've had no luck sourcing shelf brackets that are anything other than 90 degrees. I did find some "adjustable" brackets that appeared to do what I want; but having looked at them close up in a Wickes store I've determined they don't tilt enough for my need and they look a bit too "industrial" for an in-home shelf.
My question is, how should I affix this shelf to the wall? Is there a better approach?