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- Wood Mantel Shelves Gallery | Mantel Ideas | Special Shapes
Wood Mantel Shelves Gallery | Mantel Ideas | Special Shapes
Welcome to our Mantel Shelf Gallery, where you can see some mantel shelf installations, Special shapes, and other mantel ideas for inspiration.
|The Hillview Mantel Shelf is elegant with its egg and dart embossing and rope detail bottom edge molding|
| Our Stevenson Shelf was used in this installation on a wall with one closed end and one end abutting into the wall. See our Custom Mantel Shelf Shapes and Sizes form.
|A Brick Pocket shelf (also called a Cap) might be just the design style for which you are looking! We can make a Brick Pocket from most of our mantel shelves to neatly nest down over the top of your fireplace facing. This is our Daphne Shelf.|
|Our Bellemy Mantel Shelf was ordered in a Paint Grade wood, then installed by the owner with some custom plaques between the corbels and the wall. The entire wall, shelf and corbels were painted white, for a contemporary and clean design.|
|Our Bellemy Mantel, like all our wood products, will fit right in with many different design styles based upon the wood and stain color, or painted finish you select!|
|The Manassas mantel shelf is simple, yet elegant. Available in either standard lengths or custom sized to fit your exact specifications in a selection of paint grade or oak.|
|The Manassas Shelves were pained matte black and used above windows for a stylish way to display some favorite items. These were used as window cornices.|
|Our Craftsman Shelf with detailed corbels was designed with the rebirth of mission, shaker and craftsman styling. Use it with or without corbels for a finishing touch in the "wright-style!"|
|Most all of our mantel shelves can be manufactured for a variety of installations. This image features a shelf that is 'butt cut' on the left end, where the fireplace and facing butt up to an adjacent wall on the left. There is no room for the crown molding to hang over the left end, so we made what is called a butt cut. Also featured in this image is a brick pocket design; wherein the bottom of the shelf was sized to cap or nest down over a four inch deep facing ledge/depth. See our Mantel Shelf Shapes and Sizes page|