Installing Shelves In Small Closet

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Installing Shelves In Small Closet

Posted by Boutilier Acel on Wednesday, 15 January, 2020 09:03:10

Unless you plan on painting the inside of the closet after installing the shelves, it is a good idea to prime the shelves and mounting strips before installing them. Simply lay all the shelves out

Closet wire shelving is popular because of its price, flexibility and ease of installation. Closet wire shelving, such as the attractive white wire shelving used for this project, can be designed to meet almost any need at a fraction of the cost of a custom built-in system.

The final step in the process is the installation itself. We'll work with you to schedule the right date to get started on your project. Once installation begins, we'll reveal your new storage solution within three days. Custom Shelving Systems. Whether you want to organize your closet, pantry, laundry room, or home office, The Home Depot can help.

Install bracket shelves for shelves shorter than the wall width. Bracket shelves are great for small sections of the room. For example, install 2 bracket shelves on a side wall with a small space in between them and use one for dark shirts and one for light shirts. Place a shoe rack or storage drawer between them underneath the empty space.

For smaller areas, like the closet underneath the stairways or just a small hallway closet without shelves but angled funny, you can take the same options as above, but reduce the material or simply install the shelves off the step backing.

Here's a fast, strong and easy way to hang closet shelves. Paint a 1×4 to match your shelf. Then draw a level line and locate the studs—use the masking tape trick we showed you earlier. Nail the 1×4 to the studs with 8d finish nails.