One of the main questions in making a decision on your own floating shelves in your own space is “What kind of floating shelf should I use?” Well, there are 2 basic types. First is the hollow floating shelf. The second type (and our favorite) is a solid, hardwood floating shelf. Below we will give some of the pros and cons of both kinds and make an argument for our favorite kind – the solid wood floating shelf.
So you are loving the concept of some high-quality, solid wood floating shelves in your kitchen. Perhaps you are wondering what types of things you can put on these shelves now. Let’s list a handful of ways that you can design and load up these floating shelves.
Floating shelves in the kitchen can be used to store almost anything, but what should you place on them that truly maximizes the space and the aesthetic? Here are some of our favorite uses for solid wood floating shelves in the kitchen, along with some tips to get the best look and feel for your kitchen.
The possibilities of a floating shelf are virtually unlimited. They can be installed just about anywhere in your home and office. Installing a floating shelf in the bathroom, kitchen, living room, or in your office will really make them pop. High quality and heavy duty floating shelves can even be installed outdoors on your balcony to hold planters, or even in the garage to store your tools