Is clutter taking up all of the space in your home or work area? You can get it all under control with the right shelving systems and organisation strategy. It is not an easy job, but if you want to make the best use of the space in your room, then it needs to be done. There are many choices of shelving systems to choose from to get your clutter taken care of.Built in living room shelves photo - 1

Shelving systems

There are many solutions to clutter; however, some of the best solutions are the fixed bracket system, built  in bookshelves system, floating system, corner system, top hung system, and the freestanding system. Each of these individual shelving systems has their ups to how they can help and downs with their restrictions and lack of flexibility; however, you will need to evaluate your space and assess which shelving systems work for you. You may even end up choosing a combination of a couple of the systems I will talk about. The fixed bracket shelving systems are traditionally standalone units that can hold items without being connected to anything else; however, they can be connected to another shelving system or piece of furniture if you so desire.

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The corner shelving systems

The built in shelving systems are custom sized to fit perfectly in the open space of your home or office, and they are more permanent solutions to dealing with the organisation of clutter. The floating shelving systems do what the name dictates; they have no visible pins and appear to float unconnected above or near other furniture. This is great for a modern living space with clean edges and crisp lines throughout the theme of the home or office space. The corner built in living room shelves  are one of the most efficient uses of storage space, because of their shape they do not take up too much space and still have the maximum amount of storage potential. They fit right in the corner of your space and create a shelving space for you to organise your clutter; the only problem is that the triangular shape of this particular unit restricts the shape of the items you are able to store.

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The top hung shelving systems are not intended to be hung from lightweight walls because of the metal parts creating a weight that can only be held up by strong support systems. This unit can store items like books or display items the best. Lastly, the freestanding shelving systems, these shelves are able to be moved and are not fixed to any walls or furniture. They can usually be resized and adjusted to optimise the usage of your storage space.
There are many different solutions to your storage space and organisation of clutter needs. Again, you may choose one or a combination of any of these shelving systems to suit the organisation needs of your home or office space.

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