The Shelving Store Blog
For most of the country, it’s the time of year where snow days become a sad inevitability - and for the rest of the country, wow, must be nice.
Winter bitterness aside, snow days tend to be a mixed bag of blessings. It’s nice to get out of work early (or not have to go in at all), and if you’ve got kids they’re never exactly going to complain about a day off from school, but they can be...kinda boring sometimes, can’t they?
Closet shelving is a handy addition to any closet or bedroom that a lot of people maybe don’t use quite to its full potential.
That’s not to say it goes unused, nor are people always using it the wrong way, but there’s some ways to use that space to really help make the most of the room you have in the closet!
We’re in the thick of the holiday season, and this means you’re probably preparing for company to arrive. This means you’ve probably had to start pulling together a guest room, which typically leads to a lot of other stuff getting moved unceremoniously into the basement - home office stuff, exercise equipment, etc - in order to make room.
Much like home decorations, there’s an art to hanging the right shelving.
You need to understand the needs of each room, from what they store to how they’re laid out to what other kinds of decoration or home furniture they have, and you can’t just go around drilling holes and throwing shelves up without the proper consideration.
It’s a situation we all face sometimes: your kids are off at college for the year, things have finally settled down at home, and you’ve probably converted your kid’s rooms into home offices, or a place to keep that NordicTrack you’re going to start using one of these days. Whatever it is, you’re probably making the most of that unused space, and everything is going great until you get that text: