How making full use of corners could allow for effective corner shelving solutions
For fitting quarts inside pint pots or for somewhere to place your ornaments, corner shelving can be an attractive way of adding space to your home. Image by Sakura Vector (via Shutterstock).
If you are stuck for space in your home, every inch of space needs to be used. With corner shelving, you can solve some of your space issues anywhere in the home. For example: the bathroom, the living room, your child’s bedroom, or the utility room.
Corner shelving doesn’t have to look like a boxy corner shelf. They can be curved or wavy. They could be supported by a single pole or mounted to the walls. This video clip could give you some inspiration.
Suggested uses for corner shelving:
Bathroom Requisites: as bathrooms and wet rooms by nature tend to be the smallest rooms in the house, corner shelves come into their own for storing toiletries.
Displaying collected items: if you collect lightweight items like thimbles, model trains or pottery, corner shelving could be a good way of showing them off.
Displaying artwork: if you’re an artist or a lover of fine art, thinner shelving could be used to store pictures. It is also a good suggestion for storing ceramic work.
As seen in the video clip, there is a number of inspirational designs that will whet your appetite. We at A.D. Woodcraft could make this possible. For further information and a free no-obligation quote, why not fill in our quick contact form at the bottom of this page. You may prefer to call us on 00 353 85 127 0371 or send us an email addressed to firstname.lastname@example.org.