The Almost Perfect Wall Shelf

I do not have too many shelves in the house, but I would love to. However, I have not found the perfect shelf to satisfy all my needs and demands, that is until now. I have just discovered The Almost Perfect Wall Shelf.

So why is it so perfect? Well, first it is thin. It’s very important to have a thin shelf because otherwise it will look awful on your wall and will ruin the pleasure of having things stored in plain sight. Then it is pretty resistant, as it can support up to 20 lbs of weight when it is properly installed on the wall. One thing I particularly like about it is the fact that you can’t see any screws or some other loose parts that make a shelf so unaesthetic.

It has a metal bracket and five drywall anchors included that keep it mounted on the wall, but you can’t see them which is great. At the same time it’s pretty sturdy and you don’t risk having it in your head when a truck crosses your street. The shelf is available in many different sizes, so you can choose the right one for your needs and the one that fits the size of your living room. It is medium density fiberboard  that is afterwards covered with a non-toxic paint. You can have it now for a special price of $10.



Published by in Bookshelves, on November 18th, 2011

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