Posted by Riley at Thursday, August 10th 2017 06:25:36 AM under Wall Shelves
Different woods have different properties. Alder, for instance, is a light, easy to stain wood with no particular grain pattern and a very consistent color. It doesn`t have a lot of resistance to shock, however, so you shouldn`t try using it for shelves that might be easily dinged or damaged. Birch is another light colored wood that stains well, but it`s strong and hard, and has a noticeable fine wavy grain. Aspen is similarly light and evenly grained. It`s also very easy to find in shelves.
Wall systems can be freestanding, hanging, modular, adjustable, or fixed, just to name a few options available. There are corner units, floating shelves, hanging shelves, track systems and fully adjustable wall units. The most flexible system is a track system. You can adjust the height of the shelves to accommodate several different sized items. This type of shelving gives you the freedom to frequently change your displays without too much fuss. You can tailor this style of shelving to fit your specific needs.
Numerous shelves are manufactured from wood, steel, enamel instead of glass. The styles too have gone wacky with some representing a protracted staircase to hold on to books and magazines. Certain shelves are available which can be moved in angles. These are used as storage spaces but nowadays the styles that are available can make them items of decoration which can be featured in the rooms at the same time. A great array of wall mount shelves are in English oak, fiber and glass which are simply irresistible.