Furniture, DIY Shelving: DIY Shelving Tips for Bookshelves
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Reusing old stuff in your house is actually a good thing. You can save more money, that’s for sure. So, if you have an old dishwasher rack that you won’t use any longer, then you can instead use it for your bookshelves and you can put it under your bed. So, if you are about to hit the sack by spending your time to read some great stories, you just have to reach under the bed and pick any book you wish to read.
Conventional bookshelves, which are furniture sets made from woods, can sometimes consume too much space. So, try for other ideas, such as wall mounted platforms which can be used to put your books along with several accessories.
If your closet still have some space left for your books, then you can use cardboard boxes (medium sized are preferable) to store your books that you rarely read. Even when you’re going to read them again, you won’t have difficulty in locating where they’re at.
So, those are some DIY shelving tips that actually can be done all by yourself. You can save more money and your books can have great shelves to stay. Try these tips now, and we hope you won’t find too much problem.
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