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Shelving Solutions

A minimalist lifestyle is becoming ever popular. However, I believe that no one can ever be truly minimalist… there is always space in a home for some frames, photos and memories. After all, your home is a reflection of you, your family and everything you have been through.

So, you want some simple and funky solutions to proudly displaying your ‘things’. Take a look at these innovative shelving units and see if they could suit your home style.

The floating shelf 

Perfect for a minimalist home and those with limited wall space. Floating shelves won’t make a room look small and will ensure that whatever is on the shelf is what stands out. I love the mirror shelves for their clean lines and different take on a what could be a dull style. These are from Dooley’s Furniture.

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The leaning ladder

Perfect for a modern home and book lovers. This ladder style unit is the trendy way to store your things and is super safe with its anti-topple shape. This Edith bookshelf from Wayfair is under £100!

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The Grid

Perfect for office spaces and those with a lot of things to display or organise. Ikea’s black shelving unit has interchangeable boxes and draws as options for hiding some of that stuff.

The skinny shelf 

Perfect for displaying photos and pictures which are larger than your average photo frame. Balance a selection of images on the shelves for an easy way to make them a feature in your room. Homebase has the perfect shelf for you!

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The totally unique

Perfect for Children’s bedrooms and those with a love of something quirky and cute. These ‘Townhouse’ shelves are £36 from The Great Little Trading Company

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