Shelf Dividers and Lights Ideas

Aug 2nd

Shelf dividers – Many cabinets are equipped with only one or two small shelves. If you want your closet to be at its most organized and efficient, one or two small shelves may simply not be enough to do the job. Fortunately, there are plenty of custom shelving ideas that you can use in your closet to meet your organizational needs.

Wire Shelf Dividers
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One of the most effective ways to make your closet shelves work better is to segment them into smaller spaces with vertical partitions, which dedicates space to each item or type of item. For example, all your sweaters, and only your sweaters can place in the context of a segmented space. Shelf dividers can purchase separately from the shelves yourself so you can easily change your existing shelves.

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Other shelf dividers, if you have, a lot of shelves and cubbyholes in your closet, a single overhead light only serve to cast shadows inside your shelves. To solve this, place a single light on the underside of each of your shelves, or a few light if the shelves are very long. Either have them wired to turn on the switch, make them motion activated or have them turn on at a touch.