Chic 5-level diamond corner shelf

The space in the corners is often space that remains unused. It’s not very practical, especially in the case of small homes. It’s for situations such as these ones that corner shelves have been designed. They allow us to use the space in the corners and to turn it into practical storage places. It might not be much but it’s very useful.This chic corner shelf also has a very interesting shape that suits it wonderfully. It’s a diamond-shaped shelf and it has five levels.

It’s a perfect piece for areas such as the living room, the dining room, the bedroom, the home office, but also the hallway or even the kitchen. You can use the five shelves to store all sorts of things such as books, makeup, bathroom supplies such as shampoo, conditioner, etc. It can also be great for spices that you use on a daily basis.

Not only that this corner shelf is very functional and practical but it also has a chic and stylish design and it would make a wonderful accent piece for the house. It offers useful storage space for all sorts of knick-knacks and it’s available in three beautiful colors: blast red, royal blue and black. The overall dimensions of the shelf are 48″ x 24″, the largest shelf being 13’’ deep. This beautiful piece was designed by Matt W. Moore.



Published by in Bookshelves, on September 5th, 2012

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