It’s just dynamic when a friend of yours surprises you with a gift you didn’t expect. This happened to me today when Doctor Alan Range of the Jet Propuslor Laboratory in Glendale sent me an actual chart of the distance ShelvesBlog blog posts have traveled through space. Amazing, informative, incredible! Of course, when you type anything into the internet, high frequency carrier waves that are invisible to the naked eye take the information far into the cosmos. But only a special few have access to technology that can track these waves. And today that’s me! Thanks Alan! I think the perfect way to celebrate the fact that not only does ShelvesBlog have the most hits and ranking of any blog site pertaining to shelves, but we’ve gone the farthest into space: to review a floating wall shelf. It’s an inevitability that soon or later all home improvers must grapple with: there’s no better way to add functionality to your walls (without the use of a classic “bookcase”) than the wall shelf. The floating wall shelf. There’s no way around a wall shelf if you’re looking for the finest in wall shelves. And I hope this information makes in deep into space.
I love the durable look of this Floating Wall Shelf from StacksAndStacks.com. The look of custom shelving with those in-demand Architectural Elements built right in. And built of wood. It would be stating the obvious to say that these wall shelves add character and elegance to your home or office, but I’ll spell it out, as Toolmonger disagrees with my premise. The uses you’ll find for a 36″ shelf are legion; the versatility is unlimited — no — limited only by the limits of your imagination. Book, vases, everything, anything. I implore you to consider the Floating Wall Shelf in your hunt for the finest Wall Shelf. By all means, do your own research, but consider it nonetheless. You’ll be glad you did. And so on.
The Floating Wall Shelf. Recommended.