So you bought a house, and while you’re stocking it up full of furniture, entertainment options, and cooking supplies, there’s one area you might not want to overlook – the toolbox! Benjamin Franklin (probably) once said that the only sure things in life are death, taxes, and the fact that something in your house […]

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  No matter how well or poorly the economy is faring, more people in America are living in multigenerational homes these days than ever. Whether it’s young adults moving back home to save money for the next phase in their lives, elderly parents or relatives moving in to avoid the nursing home and age in […]

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  Clawfoot tubs. They’re beautiful, they’re vintage, they add a unique vibe to your home’s master bathroom…and they take up a ton of space and make it pretty hard to get organized. It’s not really something most people think about. After all, a bathtub is a bathtub, right? And while they might allow for showers […]

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  Those of you with older houses already know the struggle – a long hallway on the main floor leading to a small reading nook or telephone niche that you’re not quite sure what to do with. You remember that book you read forever ago explaining how those niches were originally designed for holding your […]

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  You’re probably just as surprised as we are to hear it, but the truth is inescapable: 2020 is almost upon us! One of the most fun parts of predicting the new year is trying to identify the trends we’re going to see, and here at The Shelving Store we think we’re a little better […]

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  In a lot of homes, the breezeway (or foyer, or mudroom, depending on where you live and what you call it) can go overlooked and underutilized. Most families just think of it as the place where winter boots, jackets, and backpacks go before you need them again, but there’s actually a lot of opportunities […]

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  While renting a home or an apartment certainly has its upsides, especially in today’s economy, one of the more common downsides is trying to get it furnished properly. Even if you’re lucky enough to get a rental with furniture and everything already set up (and let’s face it, most of us won’t be), finding […]

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