There are all types of shelving that is made to sit in the corner of the room. Some entertainment centers are made to fit neatly tucked away in the corner of a room. These entertainment centers are angled in the back at a perfect forty five degree angle so that it can be butted up to the corner of a room. This saves space and actually makes the entertainment center easily viewed from most angles in the room. Usually there is some storage space located in the entertainment center either below where the TV is or on either side, there is space to store other video and audio equipment and sections to hold movies and games. These are handy pieces of furniture and their cornering capabilities free up some valuable floor space.
Storage racks have become a practical alternative to shelves in many storage situations, as they are both practical and functional, and far more affordable than typical shelving units. Selecting the right size and materials is important, however, as both the environment and the storage items can make certain materials and designs more favorable than others.
It is highly unlikely that you will have to acquire a building permit for this type of project, unless you decide to do any kind of plumbing or electrical wiring. When in doubt, be sure to check your city's building codes.
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