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There's two ways to build these shelving units: building the frames then attaching them to uprights, or building the shelves onto the uprights. I started with the former, then switched to the latter when I realized the shelves were too heavy for me to install by myself!
Do you need more storage space to organize the clutter in your home? Check out this list of clever basement storage ideas, and you may find a solution to your storage problems in your basement. Rollout shelves and sliding bypass units can make more efficient use of the sidewalls of your garage.
Corner Shelving. Imagine building a great storage unit for the garage or basement with just one sheet of 3/8th plywood and five 2X4s. You'll also need some screws to secure it to the wall. It's modern, functional, and really easy to build.
Several sheets of .75-inch construction-grade plywood will be enough to provide shelving for an entire basement wall. You probably won't need more than 3 sheets. You probably won't need more than 3 sheets.
The wood you use to build your shelves will depend on the height of your ceilings and the size of your wall. But if you follow the general plan I've given you in the picture above you can adapt them to build shelves to your heart's content.