Creating visual interest in your home can be tricky. There are architectural components that can create an impact, such as high or coffered ceilings, gorgeous windows, and wooden beams, but creating an impact in your room is a bit harder to accomplish once your home has already been built.
You could add statement lighting or use patterned wallpaper on your walls, but that would be expected. Think outside of the box and get 3-dimensional with the use of leaning shelves. Not only will the addition of a leaning shelf add visual interest, but it doubles as storage.
Leaning shelves can break up the flatness of a room, add height to your space, and because they’re open and airy, they give your room a more welcoming feel. In your kitchen leaning shelves can be used for dishes, cookbooks, and supplies, in the living room they can be used to showcase novels, baskets, and décor, and in your bathroom, they’re ideal for storing towels and hygiene products.
(IDG Designer Lucy Penfield & Photographer Susan Gilmore)
Chinois, a pattern from the Dabbieri Collection, adds a classic look to your room, making it the ideal flooring to complement a leaning shelf. Available in 48 color tones from black to white, Chinois will be on promotion until June 30th.
Which room would you incorporate a leaning shelf in?