Wire Shelving. Wednesday , January 10th , 2018 - 19:39:46 PM
Whether it’s in your living room, bedroom or kitchen, find a wall or nook that has enough space horizontally for a desk (30 inches wide, minimum) and at least a 42-inch depth clearance for seating. Install your desk shelf at seat height, and add Wire shelves above that.
If you have a spare wall in your kitchen, or even in a corridor leading to it, some simple freestanding bookcases could offer easy-access storage for everyday items, as well as providing extra display space. Choose a simple, solid unit like this, or look out for freestanding wire shelving instead. Often used in pantry or garage spaces, they can be an economical option.
Horizontal pullout columns and racks are great for storing spices and jars, and they make the most of tight spaces. Essentially, it is like turning shelves sideways and stacking them horizontally. These are usually adjustable to accommodate different heights and are on sliders to pull out toward you for convenience and easy access.
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