At J Thomas Home, we want to make your decision as painless as possible. Let’s take a look at the tips and tricks you can use to select the stain color for our custom floating shelves.
There are more than 60,000 tree species worldwide. While not all of them are suitable for home furnishings, plenty of them are.
So how are you supposed to determine the type of wood you should be using for shelving in your home?
A good way to start is by identifying a custom floating shelf company who does quality work, with positive ratings from past customers.
For you, we think that’s us: J Thomas Home. And we offer shelving made from a much smaller selection of the most beautiful American wood types that suit a range of home decor preferences.
Stick with us to learn more about the types of wood we use for our pipe shelves, farmhouse shelves, and much more.
About to demo your kitchen and looking for something special to replace your old cabinetry? Standing in your tight bathroom space, wishing you had more storage or counter space? Unsure what to do with that blank wall in your living room?
Adding open shelving in your home provides sturdy, stylish storage. And when the floating wall shelves are made of solid wood in natural tones, they add a sense of warmth and coziness, while complementing your existing decor style.