Gail Bradshaw. shelves. May 21st , 2018.
Design Details Start by selecting a shelf unit of a size and shape that fits easily into your available space; and choose an appealing color and style for the storage shelves. Baskets can be made from any material but should be easy to remove and sturdy enough to hold plenty of items.
Group like with like: Grouping similar items or creating a theme can set a mood for an entire room. A beach theme, with shells, sailboats, lighthouses, or even jars of sand would be a good example. But groups can be of functional use as well, such as serving sets, tea sets, or canisters.
Floor - Floor units are most commonly wood, but plastic models are available for children. They either look similar to a vanity with a flat top, or they can be designed with cubbies or baskets. With cubbies, you can leave some open and place baskets in others. You can also find floor shelving units with hanging baskets already installed. Floor shelving is best for larger bathrooms with wall space, although corner units are good for small bathrooms.
Spaces. This is also another important consideration when buying shelving units. You must analyze how much space you have in your kitchen. With this, you can choose the one that will fit the space your kitchen can offer. Much more, identify how much shelving space you need for the supplies. If you have a lot of products but have limited floor space, you can choose the higher racks in the market.
Glass - Frosted or clear glass shelves are best in contemporary bathrooms, but may also be an attractive contrast to an ornate bathroom. Glass shelving is usually mounted on either two side brackets or hidden wall mounts behind it. Glass shelves are especially attractive when installed as tier shelves, with all the shelves the same size or graduating from large to small as they go up the wall. Frosted glass is best if you want hidden mounts. Glass is the easiest to clean, but also the most prone to cracks. When shopping, look for tempered glass for safety.
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