Shelves. Tuesday , December 12th , 2017 - 22:25:41 PM
If you prefer a freestanding shelving system for your wall, be sure it is sturdy enough to stand on its own, or somehow secure it to the wall with cables or hooks. This safety precaution will ensure no one will be able to pull it over and securing your wall system will keep your breakables safe as well.
Wall systems can be freestanding, hanging, modular, adjustable, or fixed, just to name a few options available. There are corner units, floating shelves, hanging shelves, track systems and fully adjustable wall units. The most flexible system is a track system. You can adjust the height of the shelves to accommodate several different sized items. This type of shelving gives you the freedom to frequently change your displays without too much fuss. You can tailor this style of shelving to fit your specific needs.
In a typical home, there are a number of rooms in which the corners end up being underutilized to a high degree. One example is of the living room. A regular bookshelf may not end up flush against a corner of a wall. However, if you got a specialized corner bookshelf, the result will be different. Another room that could benefit from a corner shelving unit is the bathroom. If you have a small bathroom like I do, then you`ll know that being cramp in it is not a good feeling at all. If I were you, I would get a floating corner shelf which would simply hang on the corner of the wall.
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