Regardless of how big or small your home is, the more storage, the better. Whether you want to use it as a way to display decorations, hold books or store toys, shelving is a practical solution that adds beauty and functionality to your home.
However, upgrading your wall with shelves shouldn’t be difficult, especially when you know the elements of shelving including multi-functional, space-saving and aesthetically pleasing. So, to help you, there are best shelf designs that you can use in your interior.
1. TV Mounted Wall with Floating Shelves
Floating shelves in any room are one of the magical unicorns of latest home design. In addition, these have a great visual appeal that will enhance the beauty of your home in no time. You can have floating shelves in a design similar to the above image.
The designer shelves attached to, the TV unit is a good option if you want to display your collection in style.
2. Mix Of Open Shelves And Close Cupboards
Are you wondering about the best way to wall-mount your TV in the living room? If yes, then wall-mounted TV looks great when paired with open shelves and closed cupboards in style. This combination of TV wall and shelves make the contrasts less obvious.
3. Clever Use of Space in Room for Storage
You can give your interior a new look with diagonal-styled storage shelves. This is a perfect way to use space in a clever way that helps you store books, trophies and decorative. Having storage shelves in this design brings order to your living room while keeping things tucked away.
You can use wood for this style of storage to make it look stand out in your neutral interior. Take the idea from the above image.
4. Include Linear Storage Shelves In Study Room
Young children need a dedicated space at home where they can read, write and work in a organize way. Therefore, homework zone is important to design in a perfect way to encourage learning and study in children. To make it look more organize, the design of shelves plays an important role.
You can have cupboards above the study table and open shelves below cupboards where kids can put their project, daily readings, some toys and more. Take the idea from the above image.