A bit new here and I hope I'm not asking this question again but I couldn't find anything like this.
I'll give some context:
I'm looking to set up new tables in my room in an L orientation with one of the table tops being between 5 to 10cm higher than the other (a somewhat contemporary look). Basically, the way I want to support these tables is that one end of each of the tables (the short end opposite from the corner) will have a cabinet and the other (on the corner end) will be mounted by L brackets.
I'm really looking to have the brackets as low profile as possible so that the table tops have that floating look on one end. There will be no support from the bottom table to the top one.
Has anybody done this type of thing before or are familiar with wall mounting table tops? If so, do you think L brackets will be sufficient? I'm planning to have 4 L brackets on each table top at the corner end. Two on each side at the ends of the table to provide as much support as possible and to minimize the possibility of the L bracket's bending.
Heres something of what I had in mind for how the supports would be:
This one is similar except the support of my tables will be a cabinet instead of that panel and the end on the wall will have to be screwed in by some sort of low profile bracket.