If you think you have no use for super-skinny shelf, think again.
Instead of stacking your prettiest china away in a drawer, use ledges to make a plate rack on your dining room wall (like blogger did here). Suddenly your plateware is way more organized, while also serving as unique wall art.
Nothing's more frustrating than a sink without any storage. But this narrow shelf fits above your faucet and below your mirror so you can add organization for soap, candles, and toothpaste where you need it most.
How lovely is this floating garden? Since air plants aren't watered in the traditional matter (you can mist them or give them a dunk in a bowl of water every so often) you don't have to worry about water seeping out of the sides.
If your entryway is basically non-existent, add a narrow shelf that won't jut out too far can still provide a storage spot for bags (which crave a dumping ground no matter how little space you have).
Hang the ledge over your kitchen work station so you can keep all of your flavor options within easy reach. You'll never have to hunt through all of your cabinets to find the missing paprika again.
Everyone who sews knows how tedious of a task it is to measure and cut fabric. Use these handy narrow trays to organize rulers and drawing utensils (but keep your tabletop clear) while you're hard at work.
Since your kid's favorite nighttime reads are short, you probably have piles of 'em cluttered all around their room. Stack them sky high on these ledges — the colorful covers double as adorable wall art.
If you're lucky enough to have a space dedicated to DIY projects, you also probably have a ton of supplies. Keep clutter to a minimum with savvy shelves that hold jars (and more jars) of buttons and accessories.
Don't let your favorite necklace get tangled up on a jar. Instead, use this picture ledge to hang all of your chains from the bottom on individual hooks. Now, tangled jewelry will never slow you down in the morning.
Those gorgeous bottles deserve more than being stashed behind cans of hair spray and bottles of nail polish remover. Plus, this way you can see all your options at one time before spritzing on your scent for the day.
If you enjoy a cup of Earl Gray in the morning, you need to add this tea luxury to your kitchen. All of your favorite brews can sit on top, while your go-to mugs hang off the bottom, resulting in fast and easy teatime execution.
When hooks are attached underneath this rail it becomes a multipurpose piece of furniture in your bedroom or entryway: You can organize your jackets on the bottom and showcase artwork on top.