Site-built shelves work well because they allow you to adapt shelf size to the space available, making it easier to use the space more efficiently. The necessary materials should be available at your local hardware store, home center, and/or lumber yard.
Cabinets, although costly are an excellent choice because they protect stored items from moisture and dust - and almost always require a contractor for installation. Stackable plastic containers placed on shelves are much less expensive and also have the advantage of providing visibility of the contents..
Not only can you find some good looking corners shelves that could possibly hold your stereo speakers, but you can also find them in a floating shelf design. A floating shelf is just a shelf that attaches to the wall via a bracket that has two or three rods protruding outwards. The self simply slides onto the rods, and then locks in from an access screw or hex nut located on the bottom of the shelf.
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