just brew it! wrote:
Only if you like living on the edge and the weight is distributed perfectly evenly.
Did you really mean plaster, or did you mean drywall?
For best strength, you really need to use some long wood screws and attach to the studs (assuming you have wood studs and not metal).
I meant plaster. That's what's the walls are made of here. Plaster walls are more common than I thought, too -- almost every apartment I've been in has them, and my friend just purchased a house that has all plaster walls.
Tanker: I'm talking about a shelving unit that I saw in a furniture store. It comes with four large bolts you need to screw into the wall, but the buyer has to supply his own anchors, and the salespeople were less than helpful when I asked about hanging details.