When cost and durability are important, storage racks can offer some easy shelving ideas to make the most of the space that you have. Shelves are often costly and can become damaged far too easily, and at the same time they may be inadequately designed to neatly store the items that you are intending to organize. Racks can prove to be more cost efficient than conventional shelving units, in addition, they are much more versatile, fitting into almost any available space.
Wall mount shelves can be a neat alternative to traditional bookcases or upright shelves. Modern materials have enabled these shelves to be very light yet very durable at the same time. Shelves mounted on the wall can become your rightful place for anything and everything - from books, to porcelain collections, to family photos, to even purses. Just make sure that the thickness of the frame you choose can withstand the weight of the things you intend to put up in your shelf. The material for most shelves is still primarily wood. Some shelves are made of pure hardwood and some are made of combination solid wood and plywood. Modern shelves have accents made of glass, metal, and even plastic to enhance their design and function. Your shelves can come in any color you prefer - natural wood finish, bright colors, or black paint finishes.
Floor-supported garage shelving is another site-built option. One method for constructing these is to form upright supports by running vertical 2x4 boards every 50 inches. Each 2x4 should rest on the floor and be attached to a rafter or ceiling joist at the top. Then, additional 2x4 boards are attached horizontally on edge between the uprights and particle board is used to create the shelf. Dimensions are usually 19-25 inches deep with 25 inches between each shelf. These are only suggested dimensions and can be adjusted to better accommodate the size of the items that will be stored.
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