One the most common places to install a the shelving unit made with glass is in the bathroom. In instances where attaching the shelves to the wall is not possible, there is an abundance of free standing corner shelves that can be obtained in three or four tiers, and in some models there is a recessed tier that can fit comfortably in the corners of a bathroom. Of course, if only one shelf is desired or mandated by a lack of space, the variety of single vanity shelves is sufficient to satisfy almost any taste or need. Since any glass product can be broken into pieces by being dropped or hit accidentally it is vitally important to choose tempered glass when acquiring these types of shelves. Tempered glass is put through a rigorous industrial process that makes it much less likely to explode into sharp, jagged shards when it hits the floor or the wall.
Small spaces are hard to decorate especially if there are items that need to sit on shelves, and wall shelves are not an option. A great space saving tip is to use corner shelves. They take up less floor space and sit in the corner out of the way. They are a great way to display collectibles, figurines, crafts, trophies and other items that need to be displayed in a home.
The corner shelf can also be a great place for a small television. You don't want to put a lot of weight on them, but a depending how it was mounted to the wall, some can handle up to 50 pounds. Screwing them directly onto the studs can dramatically increase the amount of weight they can bear. So be sure to follow all the manufacturers recommendations and limitations to avoid a disastrous situation.
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