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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  Selling a house is a pretty stressful job in the first place, even before you remember all the stuff you have to deal with. If you’re selling a home, chances are good you either still live there waiting to get some interest from the market, or at the very least still have some stuff […]

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  Basements are a great asset to homes that need more storage space and room for their stuff – but what if you don’t have one? Some of you reading this might be horrified by the thought, but it’s true. Many homes and multi-family units, especially in states like Michigan, California, and Arizona, either have […]

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  For as useful as it is, and how often we need them, the pantry is one of the hardest things to keep organized. No matter what your family eats, or what you even use a pantry for, there’s always a ton of stuff in there that could use a home. How do you know […]

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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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  One of the toughest parts of organizing a kitchen is trying to figure out where everything should go – or worse yet, forgetting where you put something! Not being sure which cabinet to look in or what shelf you’re keeping that last ingredient for a recipe can be a frustrating experience for everyone. While […]

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  For all the hubbub about having a ‘man cave’ in your house, sometimes it’s just not an option. Maybe you don’t have the right basement for it, maybe you’re too pressed for space elsewhere, maybe you just don’t have the need for a full-time space like that. But when football season starts to roll […]

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