Clever Ways In Which A Corner Bookshelf Can Fill In The Blanks In Your Design
A corner you can use for storage or for displaying collections is better than an empty corner. The transformation is easy when you’re using a corner bookshelf. They can take a variety of shapes, sizes and designs, depending on the look and style you prefer. Here are a few examples and how corner shelves can be integrated in a home’s design.
Use shelves to display collections in the living room.
Transform one of the living room’s corners into a galley and use shelves to display vases, accessories and other decorations.
Two corner bookcases are better than one and you can use them to create a symmetrical design for the living room.
Install shelves that go all the way up to the ceiling and make that your cozy reading corner. Use a ladder to reach the books on the highest shelves.
Match your corner shelves to the rest of the room’s furniture or paint them the same color as the walls to make them blend in.
Add some seating to the area around the corner bookshelves if you want to create a comfortable reading space. A floor lamp is a must too.
Add them to the bedroom to maximize storage.
The bedroom needs to be simple if you want it to be comfortable and relaxing but corner shelves can be practical without occupying a lot of space.
Connect two corner shelving units with a comfy window seat. A gorgeous idea for the bedroom and one that offers room for customization.
Use them to display toys in the kids’ room.
You can use corner shelves in the kids’ room if you want to save floor space. Use them to store and display stuffed animals and toys in general. As the kids grow up, they can also use them to store books.
Create a display corner.
Use corner shelves to make a display area in the corner. You can put there some of your books, favorite collections, even some plants and artwork.
Combined functions: shelves and staircases.
There are two ways in which corner shelves and staircases can become one. First options is for the shelves to also serve as stairs like in this case.
The second option is to use the space under the stairs to create a storage or work area. The bottom shelf can be your desk.
Make the most of your hallway.
You have to be very clever when designing a hallway because they’re not really a lot of space to work with. Make the most of the corners with shelves.
Additional storage for the workspace.
Keep your workspace clean and simple and save floor space by opting for wall-mounted shelves instead. Even better, install corner shelves to bring these forgotten spaces to life.
Continue the shelves right around the corner.
There’s more than one way in which you can install corner shelves. Although less common, this one lets you create a sleek and modern look and is suitable for large spaces.
Make the most of your kitchen.
With so many little things that need a place in your kitchen, you can use every little inch of space, including the corners. They’re great for storing cooking books, small appliances, etc.
Build shelves that follow the shape of the wall.
Not all walls and straight and this can pose problems when choosing the furniture and the layout. But shelves are extremely versatile and can be built to follow the shape of the wall.
Unless you have a lot of extra space in a corner, think small. In the kitchen, three small corner shelves are enough.
The shelves only need to occupy a small portion in the corner of a room to be practical. Make them square so you can store boxes on them.
A small corner box shelf like this one can look lovely in any room of the house and the only thing that varies is your choice of items to display inside.Available for $65.
Instead of one tall shelf unit opt instead of several smaller ones. They’ll give you plenty of storage and look less invasive.
Use a corner shelf unit in the dining room to keep things close when you need them. Just as practical as cabinets but less bulky.
Even tall corner units that go all the way up to the ceiling can look sleek and airy if they have no back panels.