Our Favorite #Shelfies

We've got some great shelving units still available, pieces that your eye might look right past when in the store. So we thought we'd share some of our favorite #shelfies. We are featuring shots of the shelves themselves and a shot on how they look filled up. A before and after if you will, but more after and before if that makes sense..

CHINESE ELM SHELVING UNIT

This vintage piece has a unique lacquered gray finish, contrary to most shelving units that were found around this time- most being in shades of black or red. We love filling this guy up with white dishes, which stand out nicely against the shaded backdrop. This piece would be a great addition to a farmhouse style kitchen.

Shelf Measures: 63W x 98H x 20D

LARGE INDUSTRIAL SHELVING UNIT

This oversized piece features a sturdy metal frame with reclaimed wood shelving. The lower shelf starts right at the floor and the height gives lots of space for storage. We loved to soften the industrial feel with some florals and feminine accessories like candles and lanterns.

Shelf Measures : 82W x 124H x 24D

ANTIQUE FRENCH HUTCH

This 2 piece antique makes an instant statement. It was often the home to our botanicals selection, the pops of green standing out against the creamy gray paint. How lovely it would work for a gardener to keep their tools. But it would also work as a lovely hutch in a large dining room or kitchen.

Hutch Measures: 94W x 102H x 27D

WHITEWASHED DOUBLE SHELF

The unique paneled wood on this piece gives it that perfect coastal look. Often serving as our bedding shelf, it also transforms beautifully during the holidays as shown below.

Shelf Measures: 78W x 81H x 13D

WOOD AND IRON INDUSTRIAL SHELF

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Once home to our beautiful bedding pieces, this sturdy shelf has an iron frame and thick wooden shelves. It also has a twin for those looking to double up on the shelving. The open top gives you flexibility to house something large.

Shelf measures: 69W x 99H x 20D

Stop in to see these shelfies in person before they go!