Shelf Styling in the Southern Home

With spring in the air and a little bit more time at home to clean, provide your shelves with a little extra TLC by taking inspiration from some of our favorite styled shelves seen on social media.

Shelf Styling in the Southern Home
Photography by Brooke & Lou (@thehouseofbrookeandlou)

An assortment of objects in varied shapes and sizes adds interest and pizzazz to otherwise plain white shelves without making them feel cluttered.

Photography by Society Social (@societysocial)

Why limit shelf styling to the bookcase? A classic blue and white color combo pairs well with rattan accessories just waiting to be used when company can come over again!

Photography by Katherine Bramlett Melvin (@katherinebmelvin)

Ginger jars mixed with collected art and leather bound books creates a classic look.

Design and Photography by Caitlin Wilson (@caitlinwilsondesign)

Grouping books by color and stacking them from largest to smallest creates a sense of organization and intention when keeping your bookshelves from looking cluttered.

Photography by Ash Street Interiors (@ashstinteriors)

Bathroom shelves can look every bit as chic by displaying your favorite pamper-worthy products in glass jars, just don’t forget the color coordinated bath towels!

Design by Christian Ladd Interiors (@christianladdinteriors), Photography by JoAnna Robertson Photography (@joannarobertsonphoto), Florals by @pariedesigns

Neutral shelves pop when displaying your favorite bloom in a visually intriguing light fixture or a sconce delicately placed above the display make certain your shelves won’t go unnoticed.

Design and Photography by Paloma Contreras (@palomacontrerasdesign)

Less isn’t always more. The contrast of dark and light objects is striking and makes a shelf full of well collected items striking.

Previous articleOutdoor Seating for the Southern Home
Next articleFunctional Beauty


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.