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The 2 Types of Shelving to Add to your Home this Year

So you’ve finally decided that enough is enough and you need extra shelving in your home in the New Year. Adding a little extra shelving can help save time and headaches in the long run and is a budget-friendly option for homeowners.

Whether it’s adding extra shelving to your closet or in your kitchen or living area, shelving is a great way to get and stay organized.

This blog will cover two types of shelving and their best uses to give you ideas and inspiration for your home!

Wire Shelving

Everyone is bound to have seen a wire shelving unit in the past. These are some of the most popular shelving solutions because they are durable and can be customized to create an all-purpose shelving system to fit anyone’s needs.

Many homeowners choose to use the ClosetMaid wire shelving in their closets, much like the one seen below. However, wire shelving also makes a great addition to kitchens, seen in the next picture.

Wire shelving is very versatile and there are tons of accessories that can amplify its functionality. Not to mention that it is extremely durable. If you’re interested in wire shelving options, check out the Dannenmueller Blinds, Shutters & Closets section on wire shelving here.

Laminate Shelving

In addition to wire shelving, Dannenmueller Blinds, Shutters & Closets also specializes in laminate shelving options.

Laminate shelving is a great alternative for those spaces that may need a little more oomph. There are many different laminate colors and finishes that you can personalize to fit your unique needs.

If you’re wondering what it looks like in a particular setting, see below for a few pictures of spaces that have laminate shelving. We also have finish colors and accessories that you can browse located here.

But both wire and laminate shelving make great storage and organizing options for any homeowner.

If you’re not sure which option would best fit your needs, or are interested in adding both to your home, we can help you!

Give us a call today at (270) 441-2305Also, make sure to like us on Facebook! We’d love to be a part of your next home renovation project!

Contact Steve Dannenmueller, the Authority on Shutters, Blinds, & Closets.

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