Here's a Wall Shelf For Every Style, From Farmhouse to Modern
If you want more display and storage space (and who doesn't?) there's one very easy way to add it in minutes: Put up a wall shelf. Floating wall shelves are a popular decor choice because they're easy to install, they're endlessly versatile, and they add style on their own. And no matter your personal style, there's a wall-shelf option that will fit right in with the rest of your decor. Read on to see shelf ideas for fans of modernism, coastal decor, modern farmhouse, and six more decor styles. All you need to do is add to cart, grab your tools, and decorate!
Wall decor typically looks most attractive in groups of three. Case in point: this trio of Efharis Wall Shelves ($90). Made of black-finish metal and antiqued gray wood, the shelves' openness puts the focus on display items — and since you can arrange these multidimensional shelves any way you please, they'll fit any space, anywhere.
A design classic since its introduction in 1949, String Pocket Shelving ($176) is elegant, unobtrusive, and endlessly customizable. Each "ladder" includes three shelves, and you can build 'til your heart's content — or you run out of wall space, whichever comes first.
A simple, intentionally distressed wooden shelf works with coastal, farmhouse, and bohemian styles. This thick Cadmon Wall Shelf ($150) features rough-sawn wood to emphasize its grain, plus a keyhole bracket for a clean look on the wall. Use one as a statement, or space three vertically to create a moment.
Incredibly useful and just as versatile, this Elea Wall Shelf ($300) works with a variety of home décor styles. If your tastes lean rustic, industrial, or farmhouse, you'll appreciate the four spacious wooden shelves and the black-finished metal frame. The only challenge? Filling it up with items you love as much.
As functional as it is stylish, this Brennan Storage Shelf provides an impressive amount of storage in one single unit. Style its three open shelves with pretty items, or toss everyday necessities like keys in them. On top, there's plenty of room to hold decorative objects; beneath, three double-pronged hooks provide space to hold jackets and hats. This transitional piece looks great in an entryway or mudroom, and best of all, it gets the job done without taking up a lot of space.