Open - Glass, wood, or polished metal shelves are attractive options for open shelving. Open shelving is more convenient because you don't have to open doors or drawers to find what you're looking for. You can also create an additional design aesthetic by placing containers and bottles that are the same color or limited to a few colors on the shelves. Non-decorative personal items can be stored in drawers or vanity cabinets for privacy. For very small bathrooms, corner glass shelves provide storage without adding clutter.
In choosing a storage shelf, whether wood, metal, glass reinforced fiber, plastic, or a combination of wood and aluminum or wood and stainless steel, consider its durability, lifespan, stability, safety and cost. Other elements such as beauty, size, height, mobility, ease of access all come into play in determining your shelving options. The popular type nowadays as a storage equipment is the metal shelf with a capacity of 150 lbs to over 1,000 lbs. per shelf. They can be made of aluminum, galvanized, chrome plated or stainless steel.
There are various choices in shelving design. One won't have a hard time finding the right kitchen shelving for his or her pantry. It's best to stay away from plastic shelving, however, as pantry stock can be quite bulky and heavy; wood or wire shelving units will do the trick.
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