I've committed the cardinal sin of blogging (which is being "too busy to blog") but I finally caught a moment to show off a semi-recent project: installing wire shelving in a kitchen pantry and a laundry room.
There are definitely some pros and cons to this kind of shelving, so I thought these photos might give you all a chance to see how well they would function in your home.
I'll start with the "before." The shelves went into an empty hallway near a back door. This is the door that the family uses, so it's a great place for pantry shelves, because you can come in and stack groceries on them and so on.
We used fairly deep shelves from a kit from the hardware store. Here's how they looked right after I put them in.
Not too shabby! Very neat and tidy.
But as I said, there is a down-side to these as well. Let's dig into the nitty-gritty.
Pros and Cons to Installing Wire Shelves
I always like to start with the upside.
But for a pantry or laundry room, these are great...
...although if you want to upgrade to solid shelving or even cabinets, we can do that, too. It's become a growing trend to add high-end laundry rooms and pantries to a home, and it could lead to a nice increase in your home value for a modest investment.
Either way, we're always glad to help. Call or email today to get started.
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