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Wall Decorative Shelves

wall decorative shelves

  • Serving to make something look more attractive; ornamental

  • Relating to decoration

  • (decorativeness) an appearance that serves to decorate and make something more attractive

  • (decoratively) in a decorative manner; "used decoratively at Christmas"

  • cosmetic: serving an esthetic rather than a useful purpose; "cosmetic fenders on cars"; "the buildings were utilitarian rather than decorative"

  • (Shelf (computing)) The Shelf is an interface feature in NeXTSTEP and OPENSTEP, and is used as a repository to store links to commonly used files, directories and programs, and as a temporary "holding" place to move/copy files and directories around in the file system hierarchy.

  • (shelf) a support that consists of a horizontal surface for holding objects

  • (shelf) ledge: a projecting ridge on a mountain or submerged under water

  • A ledge of rock or protruding strip of land

  • A flat length of wood or rigid material, attached to a wall or forming part of a piece of furniture, that provides a surface for the storage or display of objects

  • A submarine bank, or a part of the continental shelf

  • anything that suggests a wall in structure or function or effect; "a wall of water"; "a wall of smoke"; "a wall of prejudice"; "negotiations ran into a brick wall"

  • Any high vertical surface or facade, esp. one that is imposing in scale

  • an architectural partition with a height and length greater than its thickness; used to divide or enclose an area or to support another structure; "the south wall had a small window"; "the walls were covered with pictures"

  • A continuous vertical brick or stone structure that encloses or divides an area of land

  • A side of a building or room, typically forming part of the building's structure

  • surround with a wall in order to fortify

wall decorative shelves - Creative Connectors

Creative Connectors 6990312 Decorative Wooden Shelving Kit, 24-Inch, White

Creative Connectors 6990312 Decorative Wooden Shelving Kit, 24-Inch, White

Create additional shelving space while adding a classic look to your decor. Creative Connector's Decorative Shelf Kits give you the confidence to put your most treasured items on display. The two brackets utilize a hidden mounting system for quick and easy installation. The shelf kit is mounted to wall studs and provides an exceptional weight capacity of up to 80 lbs. It may be installed upright or reversed. Enjoy our quality craftsmanship for durability and style. Shelves are made in North America using a high-density recycled wood-product core with a durable easy-clean melamine finish.

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Books Read in Apr 2011

Books Read in Apr 2011

1-Apr-11 Mr. Chartwell by Rebecca Hunt (nook)

A somewhat mad book, but with delicious writing style. Depression is like a black dog. What if it were an actual big black dog?

Quotes from the book:

I’m a specialist. I provide specific services for varying lengths of time to specific individuals.

Our time together is a tourniquet of wire around my head, but it never leaves me so mentally destitute that I would allow myself to be led by you.

"I'm reading". This was a tart and clear instruction to leaver her alone. Shoving the door open, Black Pat burst through like a bowling ball smashing into fresh pins.

Thinking again of tomorrow, he let the crab claws of his imagination make exploratory nips over Monday's agenda, investigating the shape of it.

"The eyes are a window to the soul and I see them all." "In that case your eyes are a derelict staircase leading to a barren landing."

It's an enduring bruise on my conscience that our vile alliance has had such impact upon her. I worry about the sacrifices she has made for me, aware that I can't hope to replay them, and the gratitude terrifies me. It devours me.

That is Johnnie Walker Red Label, an exemplary blended Scotch. And not a drink I would offer to you. I'd rather use it to kill my plants."

4-Apr-11 The Art of Racing in the Rain by Garth Stein (nook)

A simple, beautiful, and heartwarming tale, of a man, his dog and his family, and about the art of racing in the rain. This is one of the best books I have read so far this year, and I say this as someone who has never watched the Grand Prix, and doesn't even have a driver's license.

Quotes from the book:

I admire the female sex. The life makers. It must be amazing to have a body that can carry an entire creature inside. ( I mean, other than a tapeworm, which I've had. That doesn’t count as another life, really.)

For me, a good story is all about setting up expectations and delivering on them in an exciting and surprising way.

Grandparents are like that. Grandparents are convinced they're better parents than their own kids, whose lives they've already fucked up.

"You'll be all right? We don’t have to worry about the gas oven being left on and you lighting a cigarette or something?"
"It's electric. And I don't smoke."

Success at any endeavor on an elite level demands selfishness.

Many of us have convinced ourselves that compromise is necessary to achieve our goals, that all of our goals are not attainable so we should eliminate the extraneous, prioritize our desires, and accept less than the moon.

There is no dishonor in losing the race. There is only dishonor in not racing because you are afraid to lose.

I pieced together those days as one conjures a partially completed jigsaw puzzle - the frame is finished, the corners filled in, but handfuls of the heart and belly are missing."

7-Apr-11 John Russel 03 Stettin Station by David Downing

The third part of this amazing four part series about a British-American journalist living in Berlin during WWI, who gets drawn into reluctant espionage in spite of himself.

But this time round, I found myself comparing Downing's writing with that of Sarah Blake. In The Postmistress, Blake brought the war home in a way Downing somehow hasn’t. But Downing is definitely, definitely worth a read!

15-Apr-11 Swamplandia! by Karen Russell (nook)

Coming of age books are really really not my cup of tea. And Russell's constant use of quirky adjectives and adverbs seems to be vivid narration at first but becomes merely tedious a few chapters into the book - there is the sense of stretching out a thin plot over a large number of pages. Plus there's a vein of cynicism running pretty deep for a supposedly 10 year old narrator. Fond as I am of ghosts and crocodiles, I still can't say I really liked this book. And the exclamation mark appearing after each and every mention of Swamplandia bugged me very very much.

All in all I'd say this would have been a fun quirky book.... except that it was about 200 pages too long. I did like the bits with Kiwi though, with its spectacularly vivid moments of human truths. And no, I didn't guess the truth about the Bird Man. Not once.

Quotes from the book:

When the Chief put an asterisk next to something, it meant that he was only telling you the best part of the truth. The asterisk, the Chief taught us, was the special punctuation that God gave us for neutralizing lies.

Eight days later, Grandpa bit a man. On his face and neck, mostly.

Every day, Kiwi's colleagues taught him what you could and could not say to another person here on the mainland. This was a little like having snipers tutor you on the limits of the prison yard.

Leonard Harlblower was a park greeter, a loud, obnoxious young man who would probably go through life disliked by everyone he met and never know it.

Kiwi was paying city and state taxe

Interior of the Tower Tomb of Elhabel (Elabel)

Interior of the Tower Tomb of Elhabel (Elabel)

The ground floor of the tower tomb built in 103 AD by four brothers:
Elabel, Shagai, Mogimo, Maani: sons of Wahballat son of Maani.

There are busts of these four founding brothers on the northern wall.

The tower tomb consists of a lower ground floor accessed via a door at the northern side, above this is the principal ground floor, accessed via a door to the south, and an additional two stories above. On each floor the long side walls contain deep recesses set between engraved pilasters with Corinthian capitals. In these recesses the dead would have been stacked upon shelves. Large tower tombs such as this could accommodate up to 300 bodies. The recesses for the dead were sealed with limestone slabs on which portraits of the dead were carved in high relief.

Western Necropolis, Palmyra, Syria.


wall decorative shelves

wall decorative shelves

Bell'O BWS101 Two-Shelf Component Wall System with Multiple Color Panels

This flexible wall system provides a convenient way to elegantly suspend your audio/video components below your flat panel television. You can use one or two shelves and it includes multiple decorative panel inserts that allow you to choose from six different color and wood finishes: Black Ash, Cherry, Espresso, High Gloss Black, Oak, plus a Paintable panel to match any room decor. Each smoked tempered safety glass shelf holds up to 50 lbs. and the built-in CMS Cable Management System hides wires and cables. Hardware included for easy mounting to one or two wood studs, cinder block, or solid concrete.

See also:

brown and pink wall decor

50th birthday party decorating ideas

country cottage decor

fireplace mantel decor ideas

decorating ideas for a small apartment

rustic spanish decor

contemporary home decor accessories

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