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Update any room in your home instantly with this Chicago Floating Shelf Collection from Southern Enterprises. These wooden floating shelves feature a simple and clean design with space to display your photos and decorative items. The floating shelf attaches to the wall firmly without a visible support - it gives any room in your home a touch of effortless style that also creates functional space for displaying decor .
I previously bought one of these at another store and another brand and liked the ease of installation. Decided to buy some at Target due to having a coupon. They are ok. They look nice. But I bought two the same size and one is slightly thicker than the other and it drives me nuts because I installed them side by side to make a long high up shelf. I'm going to put a seasonal mantel runner over the seam so I don't have to look at the difference. Most people wouldn't install shelves butting up against each other like this, so it won't be noticeable for most installations. The quality is visibly a bit less than the other brand I purchased, but it is ok. Ease of installation is very easy. Most people should be able to install this without difficulty.
I love love them! I purchased two, and have ordered more. They look great on my walls and match my décor perfectly, would recommend. I use them for books. Had no problem with installation, had my handyman do the install.
Installation is a bit tricky and involved if you aren't used to hanging this type of shelf. The directions are good though! The final product is having an elegant black shelf that seems sturdy and well-anchored.
This shelf is simple to install. I actually returned the black and went to the store to purchase a white one, but same shelf. It's easy, but as a previous reviewer indicated, the shelf does have a tendency to tilt forward, which is why I only gave it 4 stars.