Site-built shelves work well because they allow you to adapt shelf size to the space available, making it easier to use the space more efficiently. The necessary materials should be available at your local hardware store, home center, and/or lumber yard.
A sample of a modular shelf design being marketed comes in solid wood with dark espresso finish. It has narrow shelving units which project a clean and versatile look. The modular series consists of 2 shelf-narrow, 2-shelf wide and 3-shelf wide sizes with matching woven baskets with wire frames as accessories. The shelving has measurements of 13.5 inches wide by 11.2 inches deep by 55 inches high.
Those who would prefer to avoid using tools will find that stack able shelving is a better option for them. Unlike metal shelves, which are affixed to the wall, these models are free standing, and may simply be placed into a closet. They are more often advisable for those who are housing light weight items, like pairs of shoes. To give you more variety, invest in a few different sizes and styles which can easily be mixed and matched.
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