Erasto Carolena. Wire Shelving. September 16th , 2017.
Usually it is used for keeping food items that don’t perish easily – so think pasta, flour, rice, variety of dals, etc. The above modular kitchen features a stand-alone unit with pull-out steel/wire racks instead of drawers. Wire racks are ideal for stocking potatoes and onions. Storing multiple bottles and boxes of different shapes and size in a limited space is an added bonus here.
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.
Wire selving for artwork can range from narrow ledge-type shelves to deeper bookcase shelving. Shelf finishes can be textured, such as reclaimed wood or metallic. You can space several of the same-size shelves evenly apart, or artfully create a random pattern.
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.
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