Minimalist concrete shelf

Floating shelves are an element typical to contemporary designs and interior. They have that detail that allows them to impress but they also manage to maintain a very simple and minimalist look. This particular shelf is even more surprising. It’s a concrete shelf. Concrete is not a material very popular in this particular area of design. Floating shelves are usually made of wood, metal or glass. But it’s always interesting to see new variations of the same concept.

The shelf has a subtle industrial feel. The concrete makes it seem a little cold and this detail can be exploited in the interior décor. For example, you can place the shelf above a fireplace where its coldness will be balanced by the warmth emanated by the fireplace itself. Also, the shelf can be placed anywhere else in the living room. It would make an interesting addition in an office where it would complement nicely the sobriety of the décor.

The color of the shelf is a soothing natural shade of grey and this makes it versatile and easy to match with other colors and textures. The shelf has a design that was hand-formed, finished and polished and this makes each piece unique. It’s minimalist and chic. Its overall dimensions are 48″long x 6.5″ deep x 3″ high. It’s easy to install and it includes a 4-point integrated key-hole hanging system that makes everything even easier.Available for $370.

Published by in Bookshelves, on September 7th, 2012


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