Nine of the best types of modular shelving
Shelving is widely used in the home to utilise wall space for storage. Nowadays, there is a wide range of solutions available, and modular shelving is among one of the most popular as it allows you to customise the shape, size and colour of your shelving. Let’s take a look at nine of the best solutions available.
More than 50 years old, string shelving from Skandium provides a functional system that comes in a range of finishes and depths. Although functional in appearance, the Ikea Algot system is extremely versatile and comes with a range of add-ons. It also includes a range suitable for use in your bathroom. Another functional system, the Kriptonite K1, is both cost effective and flexible. Shelves can be adjusted to varying heights and positions of the aluminium track.
If you’re planning on putting up your own shelving, remember that you can’t simply drill holes in walls anywhere you fancy. According to Electrical Safety First, more than half of serious electrical shocks are caused by cutting or drilling through electrical wires when attempting DIY.
The basis of the 606 Universal system is a handy E-shaped track that is easy to install. There are also a wide range of fixtures other than shelves, such as drawers and cabinets, that can be added, making it a very versatile solution. Tower shelving by Heal’s is a great choice for awkward spaces, but the range of colour choices is limited.
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British based On&On provides your shelves made to measure, giving you a more seamless and contemporary finish. Muuto offers a wide range of boxes, held together with small clips to create the shelving system of your choice, and they are also a clever way to divide rooms. German company Cubit offers nearly 40 different cubes to help you create a customisable storage system that will fit most spaces. Many of the modules are sized to fit specific everyday items such as files, books or CDs. The Royal shelving system may be one of the more expensive on the market, but its classic 1940s design, coupled with the quality of materials used to produce it, will most definitely add style and sophistication to your home.