Home & House Interior Designs — May 17, 2011 at 1:36 pm

The Necessity of Shelves in Your Homes




There are many who are in the horns of a dilemma when they have taken up a remodeling project for their homes or when they are making interior design plans for a new home. Shelves do indeed make good additions for any room and if they are created tastefully they can become an integral part of any interior decor plan. While there are still many who firmly believe that shelves are important only in storage rooms, lofts or offices, they don’t realize how beneficial it is to have it in any room.

Let’s take the kitchen for instance – these days open stock cabinets are in fashion and how can you have an open stock cabinet if there are no shelves?  As a matter of fact more and more people in the USA today are opting for shelves for this very purpose when they are renovating their homes. In the kitchen or dining area they could serve the purpose of storage spaces for crystals, crockery and cutlery. The shelves are very useful for storing containers of condiments in the kitchen. The advantage of it all being  easy accessibility and time saving. There is of course one disadvantage – the shelves could gather dust as they are in the open – but then they do come as a package deal! You want open shelves – keep them dust free!

In the hall shelves could serve many purposes. It would be a good storage space for you keys and other nicknacks! In the living room you can have shelves to store your reading material – books and magazines that you would like to access. This way you don’t have to clutter you coffee table. They can also be used to display photos in frames, flower vases and other objects of art. What is important here is that position and function of these shelves should be well thought out before the remodeling or designing project begins.

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