Ideas for bookshelves
Put a neglected wall to use with bracketed or built-in shelves
No matter how much storage space you have, clutter always accumulates. Cabinets fill up, closets
overflow and counter space dwindles. Too much stuff and not enough space to stow it might even
push you to the brink of selling all your possessions on eBay. But before you put Aunt Edith's heirloom
china up for sale, consider the built in shelves potential of a forgotten bare wall. It can afford the ideal
spot for built-in storage or a shelf or two. With just a little ideas for bookshelves creativity you can ban
the clutter—and make the most of the wall—once and for all.
Shelf absorbed ideas for bookshelves
Fireplaces usually protrude up to a foot or more from the wall, which makes the space on either side
perfect for built-in shelves. The brick wall in this sitting room contrasts with the white built in shelves
and provides a textured background for the pieces on display. For aesthetic built in shelves appeal, vary
the types of objects on the shelves: books on one, decorative objects on another, baskets on a third.
Also, stagger the placement of the items to avoid an overly uniform look.
Hang in there built in shelves
Mugs have a way of multiplying, taking over every last cabinet in the kitchen, so we give you one of
ideas for bookshelves. Add a few special-occasion plates and odd-shaped platters, and all order is lost.
Give your everyday dishes some breathing room by getting these pieces out of the cabinets into built
in shelves. Here, a built-in shelves plate rack provides the ideal setting for extra plates, and the
knobbed pegs on the cross bars offer plenty of places to hang—and display on the built in shelves—
an ever-growing mug collection.
Built in shelves On the Diagonal
With all the cooking gadgets and countertop appliances the average family uses diese days, the kitchen is typically the most overrun room in the house. Free up valuable counter space with this
ideas for bookshelves by creating a baking center on the wall of a tucked-away area, such as the
space beneath a staircase. On this wall, the diagonal line of the stair creates a triangular alcove ideal for built in shelves storage. Simple cabinets, a couple of shelves, a towel rack and a few hooks provide ample space for baking basics on this built in shelves.
Here we give you more ideas for bookshelves and most of all how to use space under the stair steps, so it can make lots of use for you and your family, even for your pets!
You can create a very private office room in the stair steps space.
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WRITTEN BY BETH COLLINS