The shelf can be an essential or a non-essential for a home. We mostly use them to categories our items but some just throw their items into boxes. For us, it’s not only for storage but accessories too.
For example, a narrow space can be put to maximum use with a row of floor-to-ceiling shelving on one side and a desk. And also cupboards and more shelves on the other. Not a scrap of space is wasted, but there’s still room to move around — or do a spot of yoga — in the middle.
You can also stack your shelf rather than hang it. A great option for a more informal look. It is for you to lean your artwork on a picture ledge, office desk. Or even create a bold statement with a large, feature piece leaning against the living room wall. Of course, this depends on the style of your property. And also whether your target buyers would find this fresher approach appealing.
Credit | All shots used on the mood board via our Pinterest boards.