BY Eloisee Provost On Dec 16, 2017 Decoration
There is so much to choose from when it comes to wall shelving for your dining room. Only you know exactly what will complete the look of your dining room. Decorative wall shelf for your kitchen is also a matter of what style or theme you have established in your kitchen. Contemporary kitchens have a great deal of stainless steel. Retro kitchens have bright colorful walls usually wallpapered with metal kitchen sets.
Depending on the theme and type of furniture in the room, wood finishes in oak, maple or walnut are available to blend in well with your decor. Of course, you can go with solid colors of white or black or with the choice of any color you wish to paint these wall shelves.
In the dining room you might want to go with a decorative wall shelf called the wrought iron wall bracket. This wall shelf features a dark wood shelf with an artfully crafted wrought iron support. The support is below the wood shelf is artfully twisted wrought iron in a rust color making this magnificent piece 33 inches tall. Depending on how much wall space you have, either one of these or two of these offset would add an elegant feel to anyone’s dining room.
In order to select the perfect match decorative wall shelf to complete your kitchen, you have to compare your style kitchen with a wall shelf style that will add to the feel of the room. Decorative wall shelf serves two purposes. First and foremost, the wall shelf must compliment the decor of the room. There is nothing better than walking into the room and a feeling of pride and joy comes over you. The second purpose of decorative wall shelf is to display your prized possessions. That could be something as simple as a decorative candle or some sort of small artful objects that you wish to display.
You know, as far back as I can remember, there has been some kind of decorative wall shelving in every home of mine. I can remember my father putting up decorative wall shelf in our living room, all the bedrooms, dining room and kitchen. You might say that my father was a handyman and he loved to remodel our home over the years just to give it a new and interesting look.
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Eloisee is the Lifestyle Editor at Hearst Digital Media. Previously she was a digital editor at Martha Stewart Weddings and Travel + Leisure.
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