Shelves can be made out of almost anything. Glass, plastic, wood, metal and pressed wood are just a few of the options available. Many times the choice of which type of to buy is based on where the shelves will be placed. Shelves that will be seen by others are usually more decorative while shelving that is for storage can be very standard without any decoration.
Metal shelves offer the greatest amount of flexibility, as they are well equipped to support a lot of weight and may be spaced out in any way that the homeowner chooses. If you do go with this option, self- installation will generally require you to use a drill, a screwdriver and a level. Each of these tools can be purchased relatively inexpensively, and generally require little expertise to operate.
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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