What You Need To Know About Floating Shelves

What You Need To Know About Floating Shelves

A floating shelf is a single shelf or a set that does not rest on the floor or any other support. Despite the name, they aren't actually "floating"; instead, they are built into or connected to the wall.

The Benefits Of Floating Shelves

Although it's a matter of taste, many find the floating shelf aesthetically pleasing.

They can store as many things as regular shelves and are extremely practical and can be installed anywhere you have free wall space. They don't take up much room and function effectively in various scenarios. 

Additionally, they are less costly than standard shelves since they require fewer building materials than regular shelves.

Choose Shelves To Complement Your Walls

Choose shelves the same color as the wall for the most convincing floating effect. They will be artfully concealed, making the area appear larger. Shelving provides a place to display photos and books, and the room's neutral color scheme highlights the room's black and white photos.

Practice Minimalism 

Bathrooms are the one place in the house where minimalism always works well. Because of this, metallic accents look great there. These brass metal shelves have a beautiful minimalist appearance. They look great holding flowers, pictures, or even cosmetics.  Something else that you'll love is the practicality and aesthetic value of the bonus optional towel rod that attaches to the bottom of the shelf.

Invest In Black Shelves 

Black floating shelves will make a striking statement in a bathroom. In bathrooms with few additional black features, utilizing black shelving can help the contents in the bathroom stand out. This is the option to go for if you want storage that also serves as a design statement.

If you want to elevate your home with floating shelves, Peter’s Goods should be your go-to source. We give you simple, step-by-step instructions that even first-time DIYers can follow. Additionally, our frames are built to last.

We use lightweight and durable materials like Paulownia, Pine, and Cedar wood during construction because it’s resistant to warping, rotting, cracking, and splitting.

Explore our floating shelves collection today to find the pieces that are right for you.