Now look at the top shelf. Run all of your smaller sized books side by side across the top shelf. If you have multiple book cases side by side, run these books across all of them. The books should be all the same height if you can. And idealy they should run the complete width of the shelf. This will give a visual frame to the book shelf.
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.
The shelves made of glass come with brackets you attach to the wall to hold the shelf in place. They can also be placed over a sink if you don't have a traditional medicine cabinet already there. It's a nice place to keep liquid soap bottles and hand towels ready for use. This frees up the area around the sink and tub so it doesn't have to be cluttered with all types of bottles and sponges.
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