Posted by Danielle under Wall Shelves at Friday, August 25th 2017 08:14:47 AM
Pine and other softwoods represent the cheapest shelves out there, and aren`t usually worth buying in most cases. They`re easily damaged and don`t hold as much weight, making them suitable only for short shelves or longer ones with lots of support. They shouldn`t be used in places where they`re likely to get dinged, either. Only choose pine if you know what you`re getting into. Avoid engineered woods, like particle board, for shelves that need to support any significant weight along a long span. They`ll only bow and warp over time.
Wooden wall-mount shelves are one of the classic choices for adding functional storage space to any office or home setting. They`re attractive, relatively inexpensive, and work well without any need for special expertise. There are lots of options on the market, and every one of them has something different to offer. However, there are a few things to pay attention to in just about every case. Let`s take a look at some of the things you should think about when buying wood wall shelves.
Wall shelving systems are used for function and decoration in homes and offices. The variety of styles, materials, colors, and brackets available to mount shelving on your wall or simply place against a wall provides an option for every home and décor. Shelves can be used as a focal point in a room or shelving can take up an entire wall of a room. Location is critical when it comes to making a decision on the style and type of shelving you want for your walls. Make sure to take measurements before you purchase a shelving system. Do you enjoy rearranging your furniture often? You may want to consider a freestanding shelving unit that will fit on any wall in your living space. Otherwise, a shelving unit mounted into the wall will offer more support and hold heavier objects.