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Shelving is just the Beginning


If you are like everyone else, every shelf you have always gets used!
To maximize the storage space you now have, here are some tips you might find useful.

1. Get more shelving! Consider adding shelving to your current layout.  Maybe an extra shelf above current closet shelves would help.
    An open wall in a closet might be able to accommodate a “stack of linen” shelves.  The laundry area or garage might need extra
    shelves. Sometimes pantry closets and linen closets can take extra shelves at the top or the bottom – or both. 

2. Get shelving accessories! Wire shelving is designed to take many different  accessories.  Become familiar with them. They include: 

Belt Racks

Specialty Hangers

Hanging Step Shelves

Tie Racks

Canvas Garment Bags

Paper Towel Racks

Scarf Holders

Clear Garment bags

Valet Bars

Shelf dividers

Multi Purpose Hooks

Under Shelf Baskets

 

Companion Accessories Include

Wire Basket systems

Spice Wall Racks

Multi-hook Racks

Under Bed Boxes

Storage Chests

Stacking Baskets

Shoe Cubbies

Revolving Shoe Rack

Over–the-door Shoe Holder

Clothes bags

Roll-out Waste Baskets

Drawer Organizers

Beverage Holders

Additional Cabinet Shelves

…Etc…etc…etc…



3. Consider these garage and utility room specialty organizers! 

Garden tool organizer

Fishing Rod rack

Skates Rack

Golf bags/shoes holder

Home Tools rack

Ski Storage Rack

Tennis center

Soccer Storage Center

Cooler Hooks

Multi-sports Organizer

Ladder Holders

Weed Eater Holder

Bicycle racks

Utility Hooks

Laundry Carts

Ironing Board Centers

Laundry Sorters

…And much more!



Some other tips for improved storage utilization.
1. Identify the primary use for each storage area.  Store things at or near the point where they are used.
2. Weed out every once in a while. Do you keep “passing over” particular clothes every time you are looking for something to wear? 
3. Organize your space and keep it that way.  Separate areas according to function. Some people separate by seasons, some by dress/casual clothes.  Have
        special spots for sweaters, jeans, shorts, etc

4. For miscellaneous items, list the location where it is stored and keep this “Master List” in your Household Folder.



If you are like everyone else, every shelf you have always gets used!
To maximize the storage space you now have, here are some tips you might find useful.

1. Get more shelving! Consider adding shelving to your current layout.  Maybe an extra shelf above current closet shelves would help.
    An open wall in a closet might be able to accommodate a “stack of linen” shelves.  The laundry area or garage might need extra
    shelves. Sometimes pantry closets and linen closets can take extra shelves at the top or the bottom – or both. 

2. Get shelving accessories! Wire shelving is designed to take many different  accessories.  Become familiar with them. They include: 

Belt Racks

Specialty Hangars

Hanging Step Shelves

Tie Racks

Canvas Garment Bags

Paper Towel Racks

Scarf Holders

Clear Garment bags

Valet Bars

Shelf dividers

Multi Purpose Hooks

Under Shelf Baskets

 

Companion Accessories Include

Wire Basket systems

Spice Wall Racks

Multi-hook Racks

Under Bed Boxes

Storage Chests

Stacking Baskets

Shoe Cubbies

Revolving Shoe Rack

Over–the-door Shoe Holder

Clothes bags

Roll-out Waste Baskets

Drawer Organizers

Beverage Holders

Additional Cabinet Shelves

…Etc…etc…etc…



3. Consider these garage and utility room specialty organizers! 

Garden tool organizer

Fishing Rod rack

Skates Rack

Golf bags/shoes holder

Home Tools rack

Ski Storage Rack

Tennis center

Soccer Storage Center

Cooler Hooks

Multi-sports Organizer

Ladder Holders

Weed Eater Holder

Bicycle racks

Utility Hooks

Laundry Carts

Ironing Board Centers

Laundry Sorters

…And much more!



Some other tips for improved storage utilization.
1. Identify the primary use for each storage area.  Store things at or near the point where they are used.
2. Weed out every once in a while. Do you keep “passing over” particular clothes every time you are looking for something to wear? 
3. Organize your space and keep it that way.  Separate areas according to function. Some people separate by seasons, some by dress/casual clothes.  Have
        special spots for sweaters, jeans, shorts, etc

4. For miscellaneous items, list the location where it is stored and keep this “Master List” in your Household Folder.