24″d Radius Corner Units

24"d Radius Corner Units

24″d Radius Corner Units Many people ask us how they can make the most out of their small spaces. The answer is simple: reduce clutter by taking advantage of the space you’re not using. Get corner shelving to organize your home.

  • Rated for up to 600 lbs per shelf
  • Shelves adjust every 1″ along posts
  • Chrome plated finish
  • Leveling feet included
  • Kit Includes
    • (3) 24″d Radius Corner Shelves w/ shelf clips
    • (3) Round Posts w/ leveling feet

These low profile shelves don’t take up much room, making them great for living rooms, bathrooms, or even the office! Set one next to your couch for a unique end table.

The trend of open shelf cooking was a few years ago, but a real conversation: it does not appear to show any signs of delay. Although it certainly is not an appearance that works for everyone, it can be an excellent choice if you want to inject some new and modern vibrations into your space.

For those who always try to tame a big mess at home, I advise you to skip them. But for all others here are eight reasons why you might want to consider giving the open shelves in your own space a chance. Believe it or not, opening planks is something that you can facilitate. Just start removing the doors from the closet. This will allow you to see if open shelves work for you. If so, you may choose to replace your cabinets with real open shelves.

Even if you are sure that you want to try open shelves, there is no need to open ALL shelves in your kitchen. . Consider using a combination of open shelves and closed cabinets for maximum storage flexibility. You can keep some cabinets closed to sort the junk and use shelves open for the rest of your room.

Opening shelves is also a good option if you have a strange, unusable space in your kitchen. This custom bookcase around the door frame adds a bit of storage to an area that would otherwise have been missed.