You may not have a lot of space in your home, but that doesn’t mean you can’t make yourself feel at home. One way to do this is by adding some shelves to the awkward corner space-either those old fashioned ones or these new floating ones.
These are perfect for people who like their books and other knickknacks close to them all the time! Floating corner shelves are also great because they utilize every inch of your wall space, making it seem as if there’s more room than before.
You’ll never want to go back after trying one out! Here are 25 DIY floating corner shelf ideas you can try today!
Stacked Corner Shelves
You won’t find a better way to showcase your books and collectibles than with this beautiful shelf. It is made of dark red cherry wood and makes an interesting statement on its own, but you can also use it as the perfect backdrop for any accent pieces in your library or living room space.
Corner Shelves to Hide Radiator
We all know how much space a library can take up, but if you’re not in the mood to give up an entire room for books and don’t want your living area looking too cluttered, Deuce Cities Henhouse have just what you need. Think of it as two shelves that are designed to be built into corners so they fit nicely against walls without taking away from any other furniture or decorating elements!
L-Shaped Corner Shelves
These floating shelves are a perfect place to showcase your favorite art pieces, plants and books. They can work well in an office for storing papers, supplies or devices you use there on the shelf. These shelves also look great in any bedroom as it looks organized with knickknacks displayed visually attractive! Whatever your need is these shelving units will be adaptable to fit whatever challenge awaits
you- follow this link below for detailed step by steps of how they’re made along with materials needed
Floating Corner Shelves
If you need some extra space to store your books or want a quirky, chic way to display them and show off what’s inside then these floating corner shelves are the perfect solution. They’re really easy to make too; just follow below tutorial from Shanty 2 Chic for everything you’ll need!
Corner Bracket Shelves
With these DIY shelves, you can tuck your organizational library of books away in an awkward and unused corner. It’s made from lumber and brackets so it is adjustable for the different heights that work best for each book stack!
DIY Corner Shelves from Old Doors
If you’re looking for something to spruce up an off-beat spot in your house, look no further than these clever shelves – perfect if you love farmhouse style or shabby chic decorating! These shelves can be placed on either side of the wall as they are transportable so they’ll always suit any situation. They might not have enough storage space by themselves; however, adding one (or two) is sure to do wonders while featuring yet another aspect of rustic charm.
Boxy Corner Shelves
I love this boxy style of floating shelves because it can be installed anywhere! Whether you want to put them on an inside corner or around the outside, these are perfect for any space.
DIY Round Corner Shelves
Corner units are a great way to create more space for your home. You can make circular corner shelves out of wood that will be able to hold anything from books, vases, or plants, even when your corner is not exactly 90 degrees!
DIY Corner Bookcase
If you’re looking to add some shelves into your home, then this DIY bookcase will be perfect for the space. Not only is it beautiful and fits in with any color scheme but best of all- IT’S SO CHEAP! With just $60 worth of supplies from Home Depot or Lowe’s, anyone can build a great bookshelf that looks like something out of Pottery barn.
Corner Shelf with Cabinet
The triangle shelf is a great way to add some style and functionality without taking up too much space. This one was made by Alicia from Thrifty and Chic, so you know it’s fabulous! She followed the tutorial from Ana White which will teach anyone how-to make their own shelves on the cheap (and we all need more storage).
Corner Floating Shelves
One of the most creative ways to use space in a small closet is with corner floating shelves. These shelves are installed by attaching them to three adjoining walls, and they’re deep enough for larger items like baskets or shoe boxes. The shelf itself hangs from brackets that you attach the back wall studs behind it’s edgings. This way your hanging clothes will be safe from any potential damage caused by heavy objects on top of these shelving units!
DIY Corner Rope Shelves
We all know that the best way to fill up some space is with these hanging shelves. These fun additions can take any room and turn it into an exciting new home for your kids or toddler! All you need are a few supplies like wood planks, rope, decorative hooks and knobs—you’re good to go in no time at all.
Corner Pipe Shelves
This is a great project for people who want to add some rustic charm in their home. The pipe corner shelves are easy and inexpensive while also offering style, which means that you can make them with just about any material at your disposal! It’s perfect for an industrial style or country feel.
DIY Corner Shelves for Garage
Ever had that awkward feeling of walking into your garage and having to do a double-take because you can’t remember what’s in there? Many people have a propensity to collect all sorts of tools and other items. You know, the kind that you’re so proud about having but don’t use very often? Those are usually put away for safekeeping when they aren’t in use—or at least should be! Carrie from kenarry.com will show you how easy making DIY corner shelves are so that empty spaces become storage space!
Built-in Corner Shelves
I love built-in shelves because they add so much character to your home and make your home feel more custom. This DIY bookcase is on of my favorite builds from this list; building them yourself can be super satisfying by giving something new life or just making an old item look nicer than before with some paint.
DIY Tree Corner Bookshelf
The genius bookshelf for your home is right in front of you. A life-like tree trunk that stands vertically, stretching up to the ceiling and down into a lower shelf will make people stop dead in their tracks!
DIY Easy Built-in Corner Shelf
If you have a triangular corner shelf, then follow below instructions to make it look like built-in shelves. You’ll need caulking, base molding for the bottom and some wood filler paint if desired. Your home will instantly look like it is a custom design!
IKEA LACK Corner Shelves
The clever LACK floating shelves from IKEA are a perfect solution for the kid’s room. They’re also great to use in any other space too, regardless of whether it is home or office!
Floating Kitchen Corner Shelves
A beautiful DIY project that can be completed in a weekend! This beginner tutorial teaches you how to make do-it-yourself floating shelves. They are really affordable, and easy to build with just some plywood and screws. Why not give it a try?
Round Board Shelving Unit
You can turn unused space in your home into display areas with some creativity. If you have an empty corner, then this project is for you! You will need a 36-inch round board and the door of the same size to get started.
Maze Corner Shelves
This corner shelving unit is so much fun. It’s a clean-lined maze of styles for your special items, with four shelves to the standard model and options in size, color or stain.
Corner Media Built-In
This corner shelves provides a great way to store your CDs, DVDs, and other entertainment paraphernalia. It also doubles as the perfect display for any decorations or knickknacks you’ve collected over time!
Round Floating Corner Shelves
The design is made out of a sturdy and lovely set that includes two shelves with beautiful curves. The construction has been done in such a way to make it look like one single piece without any visible signs of cuts or other markings on the wood, which makes for an absolutely seamless finish.
Triangular Floating Corner Shelves
You might think the corners of your home are lost causes, but with a little creativity and some DIY know-how, you can transform them into cozy hideaways.
Last week I stumbled across this genius triangular floating shelf on 4Men1Lady that proves how easily they make even tiny spaces feel like inviting living areas!
Corner Nursery Shelves
Now your adorable little one can have a clean playroom with this marvelous shelf! It is designed to be not too tall so that they can always reach the top and put everything away after playing.