For example, those who are installing a pantry for dry food items will be able to not need to purchase shelves that hold a lot of weight or large objects. However, those who are installing a space to house tools and cleaning supplies may need to invest in heavier duty shelving materials and space them farther apart to provide adequate clearance for their inventory.
When decorating your home, one of the most functional pieces of furniture you can add to a room is a book shelf... or multiple book shelves. The problem with book shelves, is that they are overlooked as a decorative element in the room and become a collection point for all books, magazines and files. The result is clutter and an unslightly mess of color and objects. But it doesn't have to be that way. In fact, book shelves that are properly decorated and organized can add interest and design to a room... and still be functional.
Go bigger and keep it simple: Some people feel the need to fill up the entire space. But often all those little knick-knacks and bric-a-brac turn out looking cluttered and collect dust. Not having to dust each little piece is a reward in itself. Go bigger and more simple with larger vases, bigger candles, and simple designs. The simplistic look will avoid clutter and make dusting easier.
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