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Bring Fashion And Function Into The Home With Floating Shelves


Floating shelves greatly contribute to decluttering spaces. Their openness ensures that everything is kept neat and tidy, with stored objects on full display rather than hidden in a box or cabinet. There are several ways that floating shelves contribute to the design and organization of a home, especially in kitchens and bathrooms.




Bring Fashion and Function into the Home with Floating Shelves



Floating shelves are a modern, effective way to achieve both organization and style in the home. Currently, REHAU offers both cabinet doors and floating shelves in their RAUVISIO brilliant and RAUVISIO terra lines, giving you the ability to mix or match the color of your shelves with other components of your home.


- Functional fashion: Just because your bathroom is small doesn't mean you need to sacrifice fashion for function. You can instantly bring style to the space by hanging an embroidered or textured fabric shower curtain in front of a neutral or clear shower liner. Coordinating absorbent floor mats next to the bathtub and sink will prevent water damage while bringing flair to the room. And you'll use one nearly every time you are in the room, so invest in plush towels in a variety of colors and sizes for a luxurious, coordinated look.


Home décor is all about the details. Our modern wall shelving will enhance the atmosphere of any room by adding sleek design. Modern wood shelves creates a classic home accent that adds elegance and paired with our variety of wood shelf brackets to choose from, our line of modern shelving can be used to add the perfect finishing touch to any room in your home.


With their classic decorative edges, these solid wood shelves are an accent in any room, particularly in more traditional settings. Provides a great compliment to rooms with crown and cove moldings. This corner shelf brings design and function together. The hidden bracketing system makes the shelf flush with the wall! Bracket system included.


Give your laundry room a more airy feel with a series of mini floating shelves on either side of our sink. They're the perfect spot for arranging everything from small artwork to canisters and colorful bowls full of thread and clothespins.


However, if you are renovating your space and want kitchen shelves that not only complement your design but are durable and functional, you may want to consider making your own! When you make your own kitchen shelves, you have the freedom to make sure they fit perfectly into your space and give you the most bang for your buck. In addition to being able to cut your kitchen shelves to fit your kitchen, you also have the freedom to stain or paint them any color you would like to match the rest of your kitchen.


The great thing about open kitchen shelves is the convenience. Without doors that you need to open and close, you can easily reach to grab or put things away. Open shelves are also great for hosting company, your visitors will be able to see openly where the cups or plates are! Aside from the ease in which these shelves function, they also are one of the more sought-after design pieces in kitchens these days. The beautiful look that an open shelf provides is unmatched. They are not used for kitchen shelves alone but are also used in other places of the home for decor or collectibles.


Of course, the final step after hanging is decorating! Stay tuned, because this project will be extended to the oven hood which is going to be repainted, and we will also be changing the lights. Have you put up any amazing floating shelves in your home? We would love to see!


The style was, and continues to be, simple and minimal, functional and accessible, craftsman yet affordable. At its heart, Scandinavian home design centers on simple yet impactful ways of improving daily life, adding design to the ordinary, and bringing it within financial reach.


Nothing is static in the design world. Traditional Scandinavian interior design has evolved over the years, to accommodate changes in culture and tastes, and to reflect interaction with other ways of doing things. Some newer trends fit nicely within the traditional aesthetic, such as the inclusion of worn leather, white paper lantern lights, plank-style floating shelves, monochrome art, black and white stripes, or the fusion of Scandinavian design with other styles such as Japanese and bohemian interior design. And others are forays into new territory, like the entrance of millennial pink, bold color blocks, bright yellows, and much stronger colors in general.


As a company rooted in Scandinavian design, we strive for elegance and harmony through minimalist design that allows the beauty and quality of the material shine through and brings a touch of the outdoors into our homes.


Custom built-in bookshelves cost an average of $2,900, or $300 to $1,200 per foot, depending on the type of wood and detail involved in designing and installing. Freestanding bookshelves can range from $200 to tens of thousands of dollars."}},"@type": "Question","name": "How much does it cost to build bookshelves?","acceptedAnswer": "@type": "Answer","text": "If you're doing a DIY bookshelf, it can cost as little as a few hundred dollars, depending on the type of material. For example, plywood will be much more affordable than oak. Other factors in the cost will include the type of stain or paint you choose, and the cabinets, hardware, or decorative touches added.","@type": "Question","name": "How do you make your own bookshelves?","acceptedAnswer": "@type": "Answer","text": "Building a simple bookshelf is a project that most woodworkers or DIYers can do in a few days for little cost. The basic tools you need include a circular saw, hammer, block plane, tape measure, putty knife, nails, and clamps. Get the wood you want, and you'll be ready to start the project."]}]}] Skip to contentBetter Homes & Gardens - 100 years of powering your passions at homeSearchSearchPlease fill out this field.Log InMy AccountLog OutMagazine Subscribe Manage Your Subscription Give a Gift Subscription BHG Books BHG Archives Get Help Newsletter Sweepstakes Subscribe SearchSearchPlease fill out this field.DecoratingDecorating Rooms Choosing Color Window Treatments Interior Painting Decorating Tips & Advice Fireplace Design Ideas Seasonal Decorating Small-Space Decorating Styles & Decor Home Makeovers DIY Home Decor Traditional Home View All Home ImprovementHome Improvement Real Estate Home Exteriors Outdoor Structures DIY Home Electrical Tips & Guides Home Remodeling Porches & Outdoor Rooms Remodeling Advice & Planning Plumbing Installations & Repairs Flooring Decks View All GardenGarden Flowers Garden Pests Caring for Your Yard Container Gardens Garden Design Trees, Shrubs & Vines Houseplants Landscaping Edible Gardening Gardening By Region Plant Encyclopedia View All HousekeepingHousekeeping House Cleaning Laundry & Linens Cleaning Tips Organization Tips Closet Organization Kitchen Storage Organization Storage Solutions View All RecipesRecipes How to Cook Healthy Recipes Casseroles Chicken Recipes Desserts & Baking Slow Cooker Recipes Beef Recipes Breakfast and Brunch Recipes Global Recipes Quick & Easy Recipes View All ShoppingShopping Shop Our Collection BHG Recommends View All HolidaysHolidays Black History Month Valentine's Day Mardi Gras St. Patrick's Day Easter Mother's Day Memorial Day Father's Day Traditions Entertaining View All NewsNews Home Trends Food Trends Gardening Trends About Us Subscribe Log InMy AccountMy AccountLog OutMagazineMagazine Subscribe Manage Your Subscription Give a Gift Subscription BHG Books BHG Archives Get Help Newsletter Sweepstakes Follow Us BHG's Facebook BHG's Instagram BHG's Twitter BHG's Pinterest BHG's YouTube BHG's TikTok BHG's Flipboard Decorating Rooms Choosing Color Window Treatments Interior Painting Decorating Tips & Advice Fireplace Design Ideas Seasonal Decorating Small-Space Decorating Styles & Decor Home Makeovers DIY Home Decor Traditional Home View All Home Improvement Real Estate Home Exteriors Outdoor Structures DIY Home Electrical Tips & Guides Home Remodeling Plumbing Installations & Repairs Flooring Decks View All Garden Flowers Garden Pests Caring for Your Yard Container Gardens Garden Design Trees, Shrubs & Vines Houseplants Landscaping Edible Gardening Gardening By Region Plant Encyclopedia View All Housekeeping House Cleaning Laundry & Linens Cleaning Tips Organization Tips Closet Organization Kitchen Storage Organization Storage Solutions View All Recipes How to Cook Healthy Recipes Casseroles Chicken Recipes Desserts & Baking Slow Cooker Recipes Beef Recipes Breakfast and Brunch Recipes Global Recipes Quick & Easy Recipes View All Shopping Shop Our Collection BHG Recommends View All Holidays Black History Month Valentine's Day Mardi Gras St. Patrick's Day Easter Mother's Day Memorial Day Father's Day Traditions Entertaining View All News Home Trends Food Trends Gardening Trends About UsSubscribeDecoratingStorage SolutionsShelves18 Effortless Ways to Style Bookshelf DecorByCaitlin Sole Caitlin Sole Instagram Caitlin Sole is the senior home editor at BHG. She is a writer and editor with nearly a decade of interior design expertise. She has vast experience with digital media, including SEO, photo shoot production, video production, eCommerce content, print collaboration, and custom sales content.Learn about BHG's Editorial ProcessUpdated on February 1, 2023ShareTweetPinEmailTrending Videos Photo: Helen NormanBookshelves pull double duty as storage for novels and display space for accessories. Learn how to decorate bookshelves so they are both functional and pleasing to the eye. These bookshelf decor ideas will help you turn an empty set of shelves into a carefully curated arrangement.


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