Space-saving rustic wood ledge

Even though we never seem to have enough space in our homes, we still insist on having all sorts of object sitting around, things like pictures, decorative items, plants, flower pots and all sorts of different items. They all take space but they are necessary for some of us. They are what a house needs to become a home, a cozy, inviting and lovely place.

So since we can’t just get rid of them we might as well try to incorporate them into the décor and find a practical and functional place for them to sit. That’s exactly what there beautiful rustic wood ledged are for. They provide display space for all out little treasures. Because they are suspended, they don’t take much space and you have the freedom of placing them wherever you want.

They are made of wood that’s enriched with a dark, rustic stain, hence the unique look. They are part of the Benchwright Collection and come in three different sizes: 2′ wide x 5″ deep x 4″ high; 3′ wide x 5″ deep x 4″ high and 4′ wide x 5″ deep x 4″ high. You’re the one that knows your home best so you should decide on the dimensions. The shelves are easy to install but if you’re still having problems with that ask a professional for help or watch a video that teaches you how to do it.Available from 28,61 e.



Published by in Furniture, on September 1st, 2011

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