The older corner type shelves used to have a decorative wood or metal bracket that would be visible. Although it was easily seen, it was made to blend into the decor of the room. With the modern corner shelves, they can be hung with out any of the brackets being seen. You can still get a large number with decorative wall brackets, but a floating type design has become so much more popular.
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.
If your carrying capacity needs are 1000 lbs and up, there are the chrome plated wire shelving models to choose from. They have many outstanding features like an anti-corrosion resistance property, no dust or dirt build up and access from all sides with high visibility. Other shelving options are based on the T-Post upright with variations for shelves. You can choose from 18, 20 or 22 gauge shelves made of galvanized, open wire and other types with pull out shelves to fit your exact requirements.
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