Shelving. Thursday , November 16th , 2017 - 18:39:03 PM
You can buy shelves at a hardware store or even a department store. You can also make your own shelves. All you have to do to make your own shelves is get a piece of wood that is as wide as you want the shelves to be and cut it to the length that you need it. You can get supports that you put the shelves on so that it doesn't break when you put heavier things on it.
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