The 10 Best Corner Shelves

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This wiki has been updated 11 times since it was first published in April of 2020. A corner shelving unit will not only provide a practical way to utilize space, but can also make a design statement in your living room, bedroom, or office. There are many styles to choose from featuring a variety of colors, materials, designs, and sizes. Generally smaller than bookshelves, they are best suited for displaying decorative items, such as photographs or ornaments. When users buy our independently chosen editorial picks, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki.

1. Homfa Industrial Corner Ladder

2. Kira Home Toro

3. Convenience Concepts Classic

Editor's Notes

May 18, 2020:

By making use of an often neglected space, these corner shelving units will provide a functional way to display ornaments, photos, plants, or collectibles. Designed to either sit on the floor or be mounted on the wall, they are highly versatile and are available in a range of sizes, shapes, and materials that are sure to complement your fixtures and furnishings

Wall-mounted options usually have smaller shelves and lower weight capacity, therefore they are not recommended for heavy items. The Rivet Modern Floating Triangle, the Love-Kankei Rustic, and the TJ.Moree Planter Rack are all three-shelve options that are more suitable for smaller decorative items. The Greenco 5 Tier and the MBQQ Corner 6-Tier are also wall-mounted, yet offer a more generous number of shelves.

Floor standing units, like the Homfa Industrial Corner Ladder and the Convenience Concepts Classic, often have a wider footprint to provide stability, and larger shelves which could quite easily hold books or other larger items. The Kira Home Toro has the added benefit of an integrated lamp built into the upper part of the frame and is diffused with a contemporary linen shade.

4. MBQQ Corner 6-Tier

5. Rivet Modern Floating Triangle

6. Greenco 5 Tier

7. Love-Kankei Rustic

8. TJ.Moree Planter Rack

9. Internet's Best Corner Wire

10. Furinno Turn-N-Tube

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