For example, those who are installing a pantry for dry food items will be able to not need to purchase shelves that hold a lot of weight or large objects. However, those who are installing a space to house tools and cleaning supplies may need to invest in heavier duty shelving materials and space them farther apart to provide adequate clearance for their inventory.
The corner shelf can also be a great place for a small television. You don't want to put a lot of weight on them, but a depending how it was mounted to the wall, some can handle up to 50 pounds. Screwing them directly onto the studs can dramatically increase the amount of weight they can bear. So be sure to follow all the manufacturers recommendations and limitations to avoid a disastrous situation.
As you are emptying your shelves be honest with yourself. What do you really need to keep? Can you make a donation or yard sale box of books that you will truly never look at again?
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