Start with the bottom most shelf. The largest and heaviest items should go here. Do you have some large heavy books? Or a collection of large books? Or you could slide some really nice woven baskets onto the bottom shelf and have them hold your paperback stash. The point here is that the bottom shelf should have the weight.. both the visual weight and the actual weight. The items you place on this shelf don't necessarily have to be books. Maybe a large vase or urn... or a large globe.
When you are considering shelves for the home, you will need to understand that shelving can serve some very different functions. From strictly utilitarian to the amazingly decorative, shelving units and storage units can be a surprising addition to any home. Whether you are looking to organize your life and declutter your home without throwing everything out, or you are just looking to turn up your design by offering some unique accessories a resting place, shelving units offer this and so much more.
Those who would prefer to avoid using tools will find that stack able shelving is a better option for them. Unlike metal shelves, which are affixed to the wall, these models are free standing, and may simply be placed into a closet. They are more often advisable for those who are housing light weight items, like pairs of shoes. To give you more variety, invest in a few different sizes and styles which can easily be mixed and matched.
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