5 Decorative Shelving Ideas For Your Home
Having 2 small children means we need to put a lot of our display decoration and every day objects out of reach for them. We have the classic book shelves on both side of the fireplace in our living room and we keep putting all the interesting and small objects higher and higher so they can’s reach them. We also have shelves in the children’s room – too keep all the cuddly toys (their collection grows day by day and all the stuffy toys are apparently equally very important to them) off the floor space. And whilst shelving systems save a lots of space, it can also be decorative and part of the look. Here’s my ideas how to do this.
Grids and pockets
A metal grid combined with storage pockets can give home to your everyday objects like stationary – installed on the wall. A few different sized organisers that attach to the grid for storing anything you see fit. It can be installed in the kitchen for utensils or around the working desk in your office. Painting it to the colour matching to the room’s features will complete the look.
A wall for your plants
Dedicating a wall for your house plants will make that corner of the room look like a little oasis. Place the big post on the floor and add some shelves and hanging basket on the wall to really utilise your surfaces.
Use unusual shapes
Buy a spiral shelf display or floating shelves to make it stand out and for a bit of unusual touch. You can mix up the items or keep them only for one type of objects like books, they will still make a decorative and stylish addition to any room.
Make them part of the look
Wether you prefer a sleek, minimalist design or you like to play around with colours, your shelving systems can be perfectly matched to any style. Paint them, scrap them, make them look vintage or shabby chic if you like. You can use different materials too.
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