By steven. Shelf. Published at Saturday, January 21st, 2017 - 00:16:34 AM.
Corner Shelf - Store Things Easily A corner shelf is usually triangular shaped so it can easily fit into the corner of the room without taking up much floor space. It is an excellent option for a smaller than average space. They are used in all kinds of applications in all kinds of rooms, and is often used to display collections or to display decorative figurines. There are plenty of options for a corner shelf. One may have a glass door on the front or may include some storage under the shelving area that is tucked behind a door. One of these shelves can be made entirely from wood, with wood shelves, or it can be made from wood with glass inserts as shelves. Another favorite material is metal. One can be very tall and narrow or it can be short and not so narrow. There are plans that are available for building one of these shelves in your home. This will take about a weekend to complete. The first step in building a corner shelf is to find plans and figure out dimensions. The next step will be to secure the materials that will be used to build. There will definitely be a need for some tools. A screwdriver, a saw, a hammer and safety goggles. Power tools can be used to save some time and frustration but are not necessary. Building your own shelf can be a very rewarding experience. Also an added bonus of building leaves open a lot of customization features that can be added. Of course saving money is always a plus. If the time or the desire will not permit building, one can be purchased. One can be purchased through any store that sells furniture. The cost will vary and will not be as cheap as building a corner shelf but usually they are very affordable. A shelf without too many bells and whistles probably can be purchased for around one hundred dollars. A more elaborate shelf can certainly run well above five hundred dollars.
Universal Oven Shelf The food being cooked over time has burnt itself to the metal and when you finally decide to take on the challenging task of cleaning the oven you find that even with hours of intense scrubbing your efforts will not shift all the grime that has built up. Replacement oven shelfs can be costly and trying to locate the correct shelf for your appliance may be impossible because if your oven is more than 10 years old the manufacturers are no longer obliged to create the spares for your appliance. If the parts are available you could well have to pay in excess of Fifty pounds per shelf depending on who the manufacturer of your appliance is. Once you have located the shelf it may have to be ordered in specially as there are so many types, very few suppliers or even manufacturers will carry stock and if they do it will only be for the most popular types. Fortunately Indesit have created a completely universal oven shelf which will extend to fit any oven measuring between 350mm and 560mm. You simply pull the shelf to the correct length and place the pins into place. The shelf is sturdy and does not bend in the middle even with the heaviest of oven dishes or trays. There are other similar products available but we have always found they are not upto the job, often there is a weakness when the shelfs are fully open but this product manufactured by Indesit is to the highest of standards and is strong. Fortunately with negotiation lower prices of this product are now available and replacing your existing oven shelves is now very cost effective with prices from £9.99, so there is no longer any excuse for having anything but sparkling oven shelves. This product is also great for barbeques either as a replacement griddle or for a purpose built brick barbeque. Another use for this universal shelf is in a refrigerator or freezer, it can be used in exactly the same way as it is in the oven and is hygienic and easy to clean. This universal oven shelf is also ideal for replacement oven shelfs in caravans,
A Kitchen Sliding Shelf - Discover the 5 Most Popular Types A kitchen sliding shelf is all you need to make your time in the kitchen enjoyable and efficient. It is really simple to install and operate. You just draw out the shelf, look or get an item, and push the drawer back in. That is the great advantage that any kitchen sliding shelf system offers. A kitchen sliding shelf is also called as gliding shelf, pullout shelf, and slide-out shelf. It is fitted with gliding systems and mounting brackets to let you easily pull and push each shelf inside your cabinetry. Most gliding shelf products out there are typically made from Baltic Birch, which is an inexpensive, tough, and light-colored panel. Sliding shelves are generally found inside the kitchen. They can be installed in your cabinet, storage closet, pantry, and so on. You can use these to store small- to large-sized goods, eating utensils, baking ware, and cookware. If youre the type thats real organized, you can choose shelves with partitions. But just in case you dont find what you need on the product catalogue, a customization option is widely offered by many product suppliers. In terms of operation, there are two types of sliding shelves available: the full extension and ¾ extension shelves. As what the name suggests, full extension shelves can be pulled out using the entire length of the gliding system while the ¾ extension shelves let you pull out only ¾s of it. The latter type is already a decent option. Sloped gliding shelf is designed with slanting side panels. The front portion is low enough to let you get a clear sight of the contents; and the high-back portion safely guards the items from tumbling over during operation. If you want, you can upgrade to a deeper shelf to accommodate other taller-sized goods. There are also the standard sliding out shelves, which is good for cabinets that are 6-inch wide and 10-inch deep to 36-inch wide and 26-inch deep. This is ideal for storing perishable items and other average-sized products. If youre planning to stock up larger wares (e.g. pots and pans), you might want to get shelves that are 7-inches tall and higher to prevent them from accidentally falling over. When it comes to your bread and pastries, theres also a storage solution fit for them. You can try looking for slide-out bread/pastry drawers. They have a protective top covering to prevent insects from going inside and to keep the freshness of your baked goods. Slide-out plastic wicker baskets are also offered for your fruits and vegetables. Depending on your skills and level of experience, these shelves are pretty easy to install, around 5 to 10 minutes. Since these are mostly sold without any finishing, you can paint or stain them to blend perfectly with the rest of your cabinetry and kitchen interior. Kitchen sliding shelf products are selling for $13 to $36 per shelf unit on the internet today.
Easy Home Storage Projects - Building a Floating Wall Shelf When it comes to home storage, floating wall shelves are incredibly versatile. They can be added just about anywhere, from the garage to your living room, bathroom, bedrooms or kitchen. Line the shelves with storage baskets to conceal clutter, or display decorative items, childrens toys, or books. The options are virtually endless. Plus, floating shelves can be finished in a multitude of ways to accommodate any decor. Use a bright paint color to contrast the wall and have a modern pop, or use a classic wood stain to create a rustic, traditional feel. Creating floating wall shelves is such a simple carpentry project, that even a novice can tackle it. All you need for this project is wood, a tape measure, sandpaper, a leveler, a jig saw, L brackets, varnish, and wood stain or paint and paint brushes. When you are ready to go, simply follow these instructions: • First you must determine the shelving dimensions. The standard thickness for a shelf is 1", but you can create shelves of any length or width, depending on your needs and the space you have. • Once you have determined the dimensions, measure the wall space with your tap measure, transfer the measurement to the wood, and then cut the wood to the required length using the jig saw. • Use the sand paper to smooth out the jagged edge left behind by the jig saw. This will give your shelf a clean, smooth finish. If the wood is jagged on other edges, smooth those out as well. • Stain or paint the entire shelf before attaching it to the wall. Wood may require more than one coat of paint. Be sure to let the paint dry completely before applying a second coat. • Once the paint or stain is completely dry, apply varnish. This will give the shelf a protective finish that minimizes day-to-day wear and tear. If you want the shelf to be glossy, apply a second coat of varnish. You should gently sand the shelf between varnish coats to ensure a smooth finish. • Attach the L brackets to the shelf first. I recommend spacing them every 24" for a stronger, more stable shelf. • Now attach the shelf to the wall. I recommend using a leveler to ensure the shelf is perfectly even.
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