I want to mount some mesh on the wall in my kitchen to increase pan/utensil storage space. The mesh I have acquired isn't too heavy but when laden it will.
It's designed to slot and hang on grooves off four brackets. The brackets are diamond shaped and have four holes for screws in each corner of the diamond.
The issue is that the stud behind the drywall isn't wide enough to position the bracket over it and all four screws hit a solid enough bit of wood. Stud is as wide as the pencil marks in pic.
So as far as I can fathom, I either:
- Only use the top and bottom screw holes into the stud on each bracket
- Offset the bracket slightly from the stud and only use each top, bottom and only one side hole/
- Same as b) but add a drywall anchor for other side hole that would miss the stud
- Avoid the stud altogether and use drywall anchors for all brackets
- An alternative elegant solution suggested by this wonderful community!
Thanks so much in advance for your help.