I'm looking to install 2 IKEA KUNGSFOR suspension rails to create a combination close to this, but with 1 fewer shelf and using a grid on the back instead.
My kitchen is fairly small (formed from the recesses of 2 other rooms) and the wall I want to mount the rails / grid / shelf on is a stud partition wall.
I am able to line up one of the suspension rails with a stud, but not the other.
For the stud fastenings I planned on using 3 x 5ø 60mm wood screws.
For the plasterboard fastenings I'm not sure what the best option is. The weight of the setup before any load is:
- 2 x Suspension Rails: 1.0kg each = 2.0kg
- Grid: 1.3kg
- Shelf: 2.5kg
- Magnetic Rail: 0.7kg
- Total: 6.5kg
Ultimately this will be used for storing knives (on the magnetic rail), various kitchen implements (e.g. spoons, spatulas, ladle etc.) and on the shelf a stainless steel pot and pan. It won't be used for extraordinarily heavy loads (e.g. cast iron pans, heavy jars, etc.)
What would be the most suitable fixing for the 1 rail that needs to be fastened to plasterboard, if safely possible?