The flat surface on the top of table-height shelving allows you to create seasonal displays or use the space to show off favorite photos or mementos. Shelving with baskets of this height can easily be converted to a changing table for a new baby: just add a changing pad to the top and use the baskets for storing essentials like diapers and wipes. As your baby grows, you can remove the changing pad and use the baskets to store toddler toys, clothing and pull-ups.
Shelves can be placed next to each other along a wall, perpendicular to a wall, or even as free-standing furniture. Some moms have placed two basket shelves at a right angle away from a wall to provide a cozy play area for their children. Try to choose one or more shelves and baskets that will suit your needs, enhance the area and be useful in more than one way.
If you need to organize and de-clutter your home or office, consider a storage system that combines shelves and baskets. Simply using storage shelves, baskets and basket benches allows you to de-clutter and organize any space by tucking items neatly out of sight. Choosing finished wood bookcase shelves that complement your interior design will add to the overall look of the room. Both quality and convenience play a role in choosing basket shelves. Considering all factors will help you choose the best system for your home and family.
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