3.4 to 5.75″ wide
3.75 to 5.6″ deep
6.75 to 14.4″ height
multiple sizes available $57.60 – $214.40
4 to 5″ wide
5.9 to 7″ deep
10 to 14″ height
multiple sizes available $45.38 – $186.00
3.5 to 5.5″ wide
1.75 to 2.75″ deep
5.9 to 9.1″ height
multiple sizes available $27.20 – $67.20
7.4 to 10″ wide
8.5 to 11.25″ deep
26.5 to 36″ height
multiple sizes available $285.50 – $999.20
Corbels and WOOD BRACKETS - HELPFUL INFO
Wooden corbels are timeless classics, no traditional home should be without them. Some of the most popular corbel designs are based on compositions with acanthus or palmate leaf. These carved details are deriving from ancient Greek designs. During the revival of classical architectural ornamentation inspired by nature in the past few centuries, carved wood corbels and brackets were no exception to its application. Acanthus leaf ornamentation is very popular corbels embellishment.
When extended vertically, acanthus leaf ornament has a very soft and regular appearance. In contrast to acanthus ornament, acanthus corbels design has a more vigorous, dynamic, and exuberant presence, intensifying the contrast between smooth surface and texture on the overall corbels and brackets design.
Classical carved wood ornamentation based on thick, luxuriant, scalloped leaves of acanthus plant featured on our Huston corbels, and Portland corbels decorated a myriad of architectural components including corbels and decorative brackets. Acanthus ornamentation provides sumptuous visual interest for the controlled yet graceful curves of wooden corbels.
Corbels selected for this page are carved with traditional acanthus leaf design. Wood corbels come in different sizes applicable fire numerous applications. Wood corbels with greater depth are suitable for installation under kitchen counters or kitchen islands to provide additional support.
Some corbels are wider than deeper and have a flat bottom edge (Charlotte corbels or Irvine pilaster corbels as an example). This wooden corbels type is designed for furniture application and custom trim work. Usually, wood corbels like that are installed on the top of the pilasters. That is the reason why they called a pilaster corbels. Many Acanthus corbels are slim in appearance, they are long and do not have a significant projection. Wood corbels of this type often used for application on the face of the custom cabinets, furniture or built-ins. These corbels are irreplaceable when it comes to adding architectural embellishments to the kitchen cabinets. All our wood corbels are hand-carved from solid hardwood and ready for final finishing. Beautiful quality carving and excellent prices make our corbels a valuable addition to any home.