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Shelves & Bookcases

The perfect way to add storage to your home and color to your walls, freestanding shelves and bookcases can help you create your dream interior. Use shelves to display plants, photos, books and ornaments to keep your living space clean, tidy and clutter free.

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Shelves & Bookcases

Add style and practicality to your home with shelves

Allowing you to display photos, plants and other items, and add valuable storage to your home, shelves are a great way to enhance the look and functionality of your interior.

Investing in shelves that look good and give you extra storage space is a great way to add style and personality to your home. Attractive mid-century modern shelves, with their geometric designs and classic look, are ideal for both period properties and contemporary interiors.

As most mid-century modern pieces combine wood and metal elements, they work perfectly with all types of sideboards, coffee tables and other furnishings. Choose a wall shelf with a brass finish to emphasize your mid-century look or opt for a black and dark wood unit to give your home a contemporary, Scandi-style feel.

Plant shelves and storage

Like living room side tables and TV console storages, a wall or corner shelf can be used for storage and for creating a display of plants and personal items.

Placing a mix of hanging plants, succulents and other low maintenance species on your shelves will help to create a plant shelf that’s varied, attractive and colorful. Put photos or other ornaments between your plants for a fantastic green exhibit. If you’re not green-fingered, you can use artificial plants instead and keep maintenance to a minimum.

Find out more about our shelving units, sideboards and other storages by exploring our collection of stylish solutions today.

FAQ

How to attach a corner shelf to wall?

Corner shelf units allow you to utilise awkward spaces and maximize the amount of storage in your home. Before installing your corner shelf, check your walls are strong enough to take the weight. Most solid walls will be sturdy enough, but if they’re stud walls, you’ll need to make sure you attach your shelves to the main wooden structure of the wall.

How to build a floating shelf on a wall?

Floating shelves have their support structure inside the shelf rather than underneath or to the sides of it. This makes the shelf appear to float on the wall. The easiest way to build a floating shelf is to buy a kit from your local DIY store. This will contain all the bits you need to create this gravity-defying illusion.

How to arrange plants on a shelf?

Placing plants on a shelf is a great way to display greenery and brighten up your interior. Hanging plants look great on shelves as their foliage will hang down and add an extra feature to the space.

Where should shelves be placed in a bedroom?

There are a few factors to determine the best location for shelves in a bedroom
  • Storage needs: What will you need to store? Books, clothes, decorative items? Knowing this will help determine the size and number of shelves you need.
  • Room layout: Where is there available space that won't interfere with furniture or traffic flow? Consider alcoves, corners, above doors, or underutilized wall space.
  • Personal style: Do you want the shelves to be functional, purely decorative, or a combination of both? This will influence the shelf design and placement.

Empty corners are the best location for shelving units to utilize space and ensure they do not disrupt the flow of the room. If space is a constraint, floating shelves above desks or doors can be used to hold lightweight items. Placing shelves above a bed can be an option, but keep the shelve narrow and clutter-free to avoid feeling oppresive.

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