Shelf and Tall Storage Cabinet Combination

May 23rd

Tall Storage Cabinet – There is no fixed rule regarding the height at which you should hang your closet shelf. But some general rules can help guide you in your planning. Each member of the family has different storage needs, so the closet should be adapted as much as possible for each person. While young children need low storage, parents can use the upper space for their own overflow. Teens may need space for clothing and accessories or sports equipment. Cabinets provide both the organization and the storage, but allowing them to change together with their users, it is best to install shelves at different heights.

Tall Wood Storage Cabinets With Doors
Tall Wood Storage Cabinets With Doors

Shelves placed above the shoulders allow you to take advantage of unused space near the ceiling in tall cabinets. Store light items at this height, such as empty suitcases, hat boxes, seasonal clothes or Christmas decorations. You can also place objects that you rarely use or want to keep hidden or protected on these shelves. For example, they offer a good place to hide Christmas gifts from children espionage. Install a shelf along the back wall or cover the back and sidewalls for two more space.

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Use containers to convert the open shelving unit into the small parts or dividers warehouses to separate larger lockers in areas where the fixtures are sorted and fully in view of the quick and easy installation of an item. Tall lockers allow storing boots, bags, and backpacks. Dedicate a small shelf for holding all the items you carry in your hands or in your pockets when you leave, such as your wallet, phone, keys, and loose change.