Rustic Oak, Wooden Shelves with Corbel brackets
Handmade in the UK using sustainable materials.
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Often, one of the last things we think about when designing and planning rooms in our homes is filling blank walls!
Shelving not only offers a practial solution to storage, it also enables you to add your own personal interior styling touches to the space.
In collaboration with The Chester Shelf Company, I helped design a Rustic Oak Shelf that could adapt to any purpose or function, be it holding your favourite cook books, your tea and coffee canisters or just for styling your favourite home accessories.
The Chester Shelf Company is a family run joinery business with a passion for bespoke furniture and design.
Each Oak shelf is made from European Oak and is built to last.
Sustainability is really important to both The Chester Shelf Company and myself so rest assured all wood used is from a sustainable source with full FSC certification, helping to ensure our forests are alive for generations to come.
Each shelf is delicately sanded, oiled and then finished with hard wax oil to ensure durability.
Each shelf comes with corbels and a concealed floating shelf support brackets for extra support and peace of mind, no matter what you decide to put on them.
Not sure how to fit a shelf? Never fear, we have ensured you know exactly how to fit your shelving by including full fitting instructions in every order.
Delivery is free of charge and is approximately 14 days from order, but this can vary depending on supply of materials.
Oh and the best bit is yet to come! If you use “Greenbank10” at checkout, you’ll get 10% off your order!
Not only will you be thrilled with your new shelves you’ll also be supporting a small business at the same time. It’s a win, win!
If you have any further questions about the Greenbank kitchen you should find all the answers in this blog “Greenbank Interiors Kitchen – The most frequently asked questions!”
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