Best corner shelves according to redditors

We found 444 Reddit comments discussing the best corner shelves. We ranked the 183 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Top Reddit comments about Storage Racks, Shelves & Drawers:

u/batshelter · 69 pointsr/guns

I just thought I would share my gunroom converted from an extra bedroom for anyone out there looking for some inspiration. I’ll try to provide a full breakdown for anybody that needs some more things to put on their Christmas list this year.

The Sturdy Safe was the best and most budget-friendly safe option I could find. It’s not the prettiest but it doesn’t need to be for my purposes. This is the 1148-6 model without fire liner and the #2 standard rack that fits 60 long guns.

You definitely will want some sort of lighting system for your safe. I rigged up some LED strip lights from Amazon ( and used a staple gun to secure them to the underside of the shelves. It could be done a lot neater if you want to cut and solder the LEDs but this way still looks fine when you’re looking at it from standing height. The precut hole in the back of the safe is not very big so I bought a electric outlet, box and wire from the hardware store and rigged up an electric outlet inside the safe. Some type of switch for the lights would be nice but as of right now I just plug and unplug it from the wall.

I keep an extra gun cabinet next to the safe with a couple shotguns that are beyond repair and some cheap air guns. I figure a “smash-and-grab” type thief might go for the easiest target so it creates a little diversion. A Foscam IP camera and a dedicated motion-sensor connected to the alarm give me additional peace of mind.

The work-bench is just an old IKEA desk I was no longer using. It’s not the most sturdy but it does the job.

If you’re looking for ammo storage I’ve been very happy with these Whitmor shelves from Amazon ( Each shelf holds up to 350 pounds, it was easy to set up, and they seem to be very sturdy.

u/SeanS83 · 16 pointsr/MaliciousCompliance

And if anyone is wondering, it is a Sterilite 3 Drawer Wide Weave Tower:

u/[deleted] · 10 pointsr/AskWomen

I have a few things that I basically never use, so in that sense I have "too much". But in general, no. My makeup doesn't take up a ton of space, and I like the stuff I do have.

I will say that these things have been lifesavers for keeping everything organized.

u/StateRadioFan · 9 pointsr/audiophile

I made it from IKEA solid wood countertop and legs from a Pangea stand. I believe IKEA has switched their wood to oak from the birch that I used on my stand. Here is the original stand Pangea Vulcan Audio Rack

u/sometimesineedhelp · 8 pointsr/TinyHouses

I lived in a little potting shed for a year, it was chilly, but fine. All you need is a 5 gallon bucket and one of these: and a 5 gallon water container that you fill up at the spigot every day or so a bowl and a sponge and you're set up for a make-shift sink/ sponge bath...

Haven't you ever been camping? If you are homeless and broke and someone is offering you a warm, dry place to sleep why are you wasting time freaking out about building a loft? That looks like about 300 sq feet of space there and you'll be able to set up a basic "camp kitchen" and sleeping area NO PROBLEM. Get a WARM sleeping bag and a mattress to insulate you from the floor because baseboard heat is going to be EXPENSIVE. If you can't shower at the gym or at a friend's place, get a solar shower and a big pot and heat water on a camp stove and fill the bag that way. You need a place to prepare food: camp stove/microwave/folding table/minimal cooking and eating utensils. A place to sleep: floor mat/warm sleeping bag a place to bathe: a friend's place or a camp shower setup. A place to toilet: fast food restaurants/a friend's house/a camp toilet setup. A place to store clothes: fold neatly on the floor/get some cheap shelves like this and that's it! Anything else is extra and unnecessary

u/GingerStitches · 8 pointsr/knitting

I actually don’t like to have a stash for knitting since I like to buy yarn for specific projects (with a few exceptions). I have been gifted some yarn and have some left over for projects but once my Christmas knitting is done, the stash will
mostly be gone! It currently all fits into two drawers of these plastic carts right now with all my needles as well.

u/frotorious · 8 pointsr/AdviceAnimals

Here is a site/plugin that tracks Amazon prices over time, looking at that specific item:

The price has always been between $8 and $10. I like using stuff like this to determine if the price is actually marked down, rather than fake crossed-out markups.

u/mrnude778 · 8 pointsr/audiophile

If course it's been a godsend..and it's cheap

Sandusky Lee WS201232-B Industrial Welded Wire Shelving, 20" Width x 32" Height x 12" Depth, Black

u/Ronikan · 8 pointsr/succulents

The shelving is by Costway:


I realized that you can order the shelves however you like so I took a little liberty to get everything to fit!

u/nebulize · 7 pointsr/sewing

I have a tackle box for all my notions, I use a Sterilite container for all my fabric, this thing for my thread, and a Sterilite drawer cart for all my other crafting supplies. I'm getting into crocheting so I got this cart for all that stuff. I keep everything in my closet for easy access.

u/Zesparia · 6 pointsr/Embroidery

I don't have nearly as nice a setup as others do with trays like this where they card all their floss and organize it by color or number. I keep my uncarded floss in little drawers roughly sorted by color and then card it as I actually use the color - mine has more drawers than this and stays on top of a cabinet, no pictures since I am at work. Once they are carded they get to live free-range in my sewing basket (not my actual basket print but same type and alas i am not at home to show off the pretty teal), where rules are made up and organization doesn't matter. But they don't snag against each other so I'm perfectly happy. Metallic threads stay on their spools in an extra large index card box (I only use the kind on spools so recarding isn't an issue). Finally, variegated threads all live in.... a candy tin. Kinda like your current setup but pretty and oval. I only have a couple carded atm so those live at the bottom and I know where they are.

I have really bad ADHD and a couple other comorbidities so having to maintain a filed system would no joke make me go fucking insane. Digging around to find and compare shades of colors is fun to me and as long as everything is stored in the one box then I know where they are to pull everything out and gaze upon it.

u/sharkamino · 6 pointsr/vinyl

Congrats on the setup!

I recommend getting some speaker stands for better sound and an audio stand to get everything away from the window, air conditioner, radiator and to avoid stacking.

Speaker stands:

u/ZeosPantera · 5 pointsr/audio

My professional opinion is CRAP that place is huge! A bit too huge to get all over sound coverage with a $500 budget.

Does it need to be all over?? Is there going to be a preferred area in a corner or something?

Like Calinet6 said your going to have insane reverb in there. Normally you take care of this with sound reinforcement and a ton of speakers playing softly as opposed to two or four blasting at full volume.

I think your best bet is to get some sort of rolling cart and put all your equipment on it. Then just roll it to where you want the music. It could even have speakers fire in all directions. Still this would require you to plug it in where ever you are to 110V. Sort of like an insane $500 rolling boom box. You may even be able to get some sort of stereo imaging if you positioned the speakers right.

That Behringer Cal linked is rated highly so it is a good recommendation.

You then just need a pair of nice loud speakers(this is sold EACH!). These may not be as tough as outdoor speakers or commercial but you can cover them or roll them into a corner closet for storage if the weather got real bad.

Cart $57

AMP $199

SKR $280

It would be great if the budget could fit a down-firing subwoofer but alas it cannot.

I wouldn't worry too much about input switching. An ipod or a cheap Netbook with a cheap usb Dac would hold all the music in the world. I am sure you have that part already.

EDIT: Just thought I would say. This sort of mobile system is much more likely to be "removed from the premises without permission" then a permanent mounted system. Just keep that in mind.

u/Wilawah · 5 pointsr/AskEngineers
u/TeleVue · 4 pointsr/UCI

A shower caddy helped alot. Didn't think I'd ever use mine but i ended up using it every day.

Besides basic school supplies, bring your vitamins as they'll help keeping you awake.

Plastic Drawers such as these where you can shove it into your closet to get yourself a few more feet of surface area helped in organization.

3M stick-on-hooks or whatever they're called to hang your stuff and keep them off the ground.

Tupperware or any container to keep your toothbrush and toothpaste neatly together.

I can't remember everything I brought over but basically anything that will keep your stuff together neatly and in a small package. Cups to hold your pens and pencils, tupperware to hold your stuff, ziplock bags. You don't want to be that roommate who drops everything on the floor as soon as they get back from class and have everything messy.

EDIT: The one thing I absolutely loved myself for bringing was a pair of ear plugs and an eye mask yo help me sleep during the day and help me sleep when it's late at night and my roommate continued to study at night. Those two things saved my life.

u/LizzyLemonade · 4 pointsr/Atlanta

2 things I would buy again and again are wire shelving like this and a bunch of little plastic drawers like this.

u/Time_To_Rebuild · 4 pointsr/MushroomGrowers

You got it my friend!

Shelving - $90

Shelf Cover - $30

Landscape Fabric - $33

Storage Totes (6 pack) - $50

Local Temp/Humidity Gauges (12 pack) - $23

Incubation Tote Filters - $10

Sterlite Medium Stacking Basket (6 pack) - $15

Humidifier - $26

Standard Fan - Already Owned

Sonoff R2 Wifi Switches (4 pack) - $23

Sonoff TH16 Sensor Switch - $20

1500W Immersion Heater - $45

Standard Cooler w/ Drain - Already Owned

In total, it was a $350 project that could definitely have been done for cheaper, but I wanted to design it in a way that made it as painless as possible to turn my cardboard into mushrooms.

Also, I have an old space heater/fan combo that I intend to use when the temperature starts to drop. I plan to automate it with one of the Sonoff Wifi switches and control it with the Sonoff temp sensor.

u/sillybun99 · 4 pointsr/konmari

I'm also not a fan of bending down for clothes, and I find it aids my workflow to have more bins. So my closet has two of these, one for myself, one for my toddler:

Hanging Closet Organizers.

Everything else current hangs, while out of season things/hand-me-downs waiting for the infants to grow up are stored in a 3 drawer Sterilite, also in the closet and serves
as a surface to fold things.

$46 for the set of three, easily transportable, and keeps things well organized.

u/boxjon · 4 pointsr/audiophile

Semi-decent alternative with slightly more agreeable looks

Pangea Audio Vulcan Four Shelf Audio Rack (Black)

u/Hellotherellen · 3 pointsr/Rabbits

here you go. i believe they are these, OP correct me if i'm wrong


bed bath beyond





u/mr_richichi · 3 pointsr/Baking

I got some pretty good baking swag this year.

First up was a Kopykake. I will be making disgusting amounts of cookies over the next year putting this thing to the test.

A KitchenAid Architect was shocked to see it was the full set as these are stupid expensive.

Possibly my favorite gift for kitchen stuff this year was DrawerDecor which has finally made my drawers a non clusterfuck.

Steel prep table similar to this but not this model. Got it before Christmas but was told it was an early xmas gift.

Wire Shelving similar to this, but again not this model. Its 4' wide and each shelf can take 600. It freed up SO much room for me. I highly recommend more shelving for any of you guys/gals who have the room for it.

18" Magnetic Knife Strip, again more stuff out of shelves, off of counter tops etc.

Glass mixing bowls

Last but certainly not least, I finally got this cookie sheet from chicago metallic. Such a nice piece.

Now I think it is worth noting that I bake for a living, and that most people don't actually want a prep table or a 3' tall projector in their kitchen but damnit I love it! :)

The main theme for this xmas seems to be helping me get my kitchen to the OCD level needed in a professional kitchen. Not sure the missus loves the strict flow of kitchen as much as I do but man, it feels good and looks great.

u/VarsitySlutTeamCapt · 3 pointsr/BurningMan

my tricks:
Gel manacure before hand is such a wonderful thing! My nails stayed nice and the polish didn't chip at all.

Keeping makeup in a Tupperware in the cooler will keep it from melting or getting weird.

I seem like the minority but I love wearing my long hair down as often as I can, and I found braids are too damaging for my hair so I just stay away from them. Using leave in conditioner after showering kept my hair from getting staticy and crazy.

I have a very large chest and found that putting deoderent under and inbetween them really helps with the boob sweat issue! I also got a tube of this stuff to use in between my thighs to avoid chafing. I tried it out while I was at disneyland for 2 days in 100F weather and It worked like a charm!

This applies to anyone, but I brought one of these organizers last year and it felt like a lifesaver on staying tidy in my tent. I put underwear and socks in one drawer, tights and hats in the next, and other various accessories and costumes in the bottom drawer. It made it so much easier when I would be drunk and stumbling back to camp for a quick change. I also found that trying on and planning each outfit before I arrived to really help too. I don't like to fuss around with what i'm wearing too much when i'm out there so having everything ready to go was so nice.

u/kernunrex · 3 pointsr/gaming

I had mine sitting on wire shelves like this and still went through 4 of them. It ain't our fault MS built a POS.

//happy PS3 owner now

u/blarblarjosh · 3 pointsr/PlantedTank

Just a heads up, but the 40g is 50% off rather than $1/gallon this time around. I believe it's at $45 rather than $40 so no biggie.

I use this stand for my 40g and its been working out well. The wood is pretty flimsy, but as a rimmed tank all the weight sits on the edges anyway which is where it's reinforced. I have the same CO2 system as well and it's been working really well. Unfortunately I have nothing to compare it with, but I've had no issues with it for the last 4 months.

u/Lifeguard_Maura · 3 pointsr/Makeup

I dont have anything too cute but they its simple, clean, and organized.

I am lacking in Palette holders but for my small eyeshadow trios/singles, lipsticks, eyeliners, primers, and concealers I am using two of these:

and then for my everyday basics i use this container from elf. Mine is in white but they have it in black.

Then for my brushes i use another elf container:

and i also use a small mason like jar i got from target for my brushes as well.

u/Daheep · 3 pointsr/muacjdiscussion

No pictures because I'm not home, but I have 3 of these little, stackable sterlite containers, 3 large z-palettes, one of these acrylic organizers that fits nicely onto of the sterilite drawers, & a brush bag to hold my brushes that I rarely use but can't seem to part with. Any pressed powder that I could de-pot & place in the z-palette, I did, which really help towards space saving. I also have done multiple de-clutters over the past year, in order to get rid of colors that were too similar or products that I didn't really like/use. I managed to get my collection down to fit everything in these storage containers, including my brushes/tools that I use daily. Everything except my brush bag fits on 1 shelf in my bathroom cabinet (I have built in set up just like this), & I place the bag in a drawer that has a bunch of necessary, but rarely used things, so it's accessible, but out of the way. I share a house with my cousin, so I have a 1 shelf/2 drawer limit with no counter space to speak of. If I can't fit my stuff neatly into my designated space, I have to get rid of things. Unfortunately, I don't have a proper vanity; I have 7 dogs & their beds/crates take up all the spare space (& then some) in my bedroom. It's a sacrifice I'm more than happy to make.

u/dankdutchess · 3 pointsr/succulents

I have this 4 foot T5 with a stand, this shelf on top of a side table, this 2 foot T5 hooked to the bottom shelf with paper clips and key rings (lol), daisy-chained to this other 2 foot T5 hooked to the top shelf the same way. They are all run on two of these timers which are on ~10 hrs/day.

I have two of these plant racks from Lowe's in front of my south and east facing windows, I jimmied out the bottom shelf and sort of rested it on my windowsill and the edge of the stand (lol again). It's all very MacGuyvered.

u/Dd7990 · 3 pointsr/bettafish

A lot of us made mistakes starting out, but what's important is we learn from our mistakes, take the advice given, and improve the quality of life for our little buddies. I also understand having too small a space for a really big tank, but a 5g or even a 5.5g is really NOT that big... as reference, I originally had 3.5g tanks (the TopFin Enchant) for my bois with lots of water quality maintenance, but recently switched over to 5.5g tanks (TopFin Essentials kit) which fit in the EXACT same places the old 3.5g tanks fit (after doing a bit of cleaning and moving of stuff that didn't actually need to be there on the tabletop or simply sliding them over a bit). The tanks are just a bit more longer, around 16 inches long, but if you think about it, that's really not that bad and will fit fine on most nightstands or side-tables / end-tables or whatnot. I actually wish I had made the switch sooner. I see a NOTICEABLE difference in how much more active my bettas are now with the slightly larger tanks, even though they were quite active in the 3.5g tanks.

Do keep in mind that a filled 5g tank will weigh around 40 lb, and a 5.5g will weigh around 45 lb, so whatever you choose to keep them on should be able to support that amount of weight without collapsing (don't let that discourage you from getting the proper size tank though, just make sure to find sturdy furniture to keep them on :) and all will be well).

Here's some possible sturdy yet small shelfs/tables which will fit a 5.5g tank: (it says each shelf can support up to 250 lb). The only thing I would add (although optional, but would provide better support for the tank) is a sturdy but thin plank of wood to the top shelf surface for the tank to sit on top. (another option that looks very sturdy, and would be amazing as a 5.5g aquarium stand, but costs more) (somewhat costly but looks great and sturdy)

u/jahreed · 3 pointsr/synthesizers

after struggling with not enough space available for my way too many tabletop and few keyed devices i have decided a wireframe shelving unit on wheels is the answer!

4 feet wide and 18" deep this is plenty of room for lots of gear that has been hobbled together. can even fit both my analog submixer (fostex model 812) and my digital mixer/interface (korg08) next to each other! :)

man i am actually really excited to get this as it's been such a hassle to arrange and re-arrange gear for different sessions...finally will have real estate for my SCI sixtrak!

the other key for me is i have 4-5 angled tabletop shelves which will work fine for optimizing the ergonomic angles on certain pieces...wire shelving should be friendly for routing audio and power as well!

the sad thing is i have 3-4 keyboard stands and use none becuase it's 1-2 levels with no room for any gear underneath...

my studio is seriously 9' x 9' of "usable space"

u/Maga_mama · 3 pointsr/BabyBumps

I like it!

I am also using a desk as a changing table, but I put some white "fancy" sterilite drawers underneath it.

u/EveryDamnDay_91 · 3 pointsr/ActionFigures

Convenience Concepts 5-Tier Glass Tower

It’s only $52 and it’s so easy to put together!

u/bumbuddha · 3 pointsr/fermentation

Brod & Taylor Folding Proofer & Slow Cooker

For now I’m using a little bread proofer but I have a refrigerator that I am going to convert once I decide on a heat source.

u/reddy_freddy_ · 2 pointsr/Pets

A rabbit that's well cared for can live over 10 years. My husband's old rabbit lived to 11. Rabbits play but not like cats or dogs. They are more just do their own thing kinda pets, but if you socialzie well they will cuddle with you and will love pets and scratches. Mine will lay right next to my leg and lick me while I pet them. Playing for them is more just chewing twigs, baskets, and wood toys, sometimes tossing things around.

Rabbits will be pretty clean if you litter train and do upkeep of their living area on the regular, as well as brush them when they are shedding. Though there are always a few stray poops on the floor, usually because they stick to their feet when they jump out. Also if I get lazy and don't clean the box as often as I should they let me know by peeing outside of it.

Their diet should be primarily timothy hay, 2nd cut is best. I reccomend not buying from a pet shop, because their hay is first cut and is mostly inedible sticks. If you get a good 2nd cut hay, I get here in a 35lb box and it last my two a couple of months, and they like it much more, plus it's cheaper. Then an adult rabbit that's about 6lbs gets about 1-2 cups daily of dark leafy greens like kale, collar greens, dandelion, romaine etc, and an occasional bit of pepper, a small bit of fruit, or a radish. They also get 1/4 cup pellets a day between the two.

One thing about rabbits is that commercial cages are no good unless they spend most of the day running around. Mine actually are free run in one room, I just gate off things they shouldn't go up to. If you do plan to cage though I recommend building your own from wire cube shelving like this shows

You can customize those in an infinite amount of ways. Also I find with normal size rabbits, ramps aren't needed. I reccomend you buy these if you do because they are good quality and come with great little connectors that are great for doors.

Also forgot to mention that one big thing about rabbits is that they are very reactant to stress. A small stressor like too much noise or a sudden temperature change can make them sick. So you have to work hard to reduce stress. If a rabbit stops eating it is an emergency. Last year it got too warm in their room and both got GI stasis and I spend $1000 fixing them up. Just a heads up.

u/mrsaturnboing · 2 pointsr/BuyItForLife

I store my pans using hooks on a metal rack:

The hooks are the ones I use... but I got my rack from Costco. Gives a nice place to put up pans out of the way when you're done with them.

u/SK_Durham · 2 pointsr/servicedogs

We also have a two-pronged approach. A tower of drawers in a closet similar to THIS, but taller/more drawers, and a go-bag that sits near the door similar to THIS.

u/myintellectisbored · 2 pointsr/LegoStorage

This is what I use:

Mini drawers

Small drawers

Medium drawers

Large drawers

I also have clear shoe storage boxes on shelves which I found I like the best for the bulk of my Lego. They generally cost 94 cents to $1 in stores like WalMart and Target. These are great for sorting the Lego too. I have no idea how much my Lego weighs, but I have over 55,000 pieces (not including a few of the larger sets).

u/Sieberella · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Make sure you have a trashcan, ice, cups and a roll of TP ready to go into the new place on moving day. They come in so handy and it's nice to be able to offer the people helping you move a bathroom and cold water.

As for storage, I'm a stacker. I think if you buy yourself a few of these you'll be amazed what you can fit in them and how little space they take up. Also this could help for storage as well :) Thanks for the contest and good luck on your move! We're movin' on up!

u/MacPho13 · 2 pointsr/konmari

Your closet sounds similar to mine.

We bought these and they work great and fit on the shelves quite well. Perfect for jeans! I can fit 6 pairs of my jeans and my husband can fit 4 of his. He’s a bit taller than me.

They’re also good for sweaters and long sleeve shirts. I purchased a smaller size for tees and tanks.

There is room to hang clothes under the bottom shelf in our closet. Instead of hanging clothes I put a shoe rack there and a low and kinda wide plastic set of drawers.

We already had our shoe rack, but it’s similar to this.

My plastic drawer set is one piece, but the size of like two of these put together. (I found mine at TJ Maxx and haven’t seen another one in store or online.)

Something like this may work well for you too.

u/project_twenty5oh1 · 2 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

HAHAHAHHA i could have sworn it was a one of these, and I was going to say TOO LATE BECAUSE I JUST BOUGHT ONE

yeah yours was probably better.

If it makes a difference, all I have left to review ATM are a 6 flavors or so from the plume room that I ordered with my magic melon medley drop. I'm planning a few more orders this weekend, though... :3

u/LevyWife · 2 pointsr/college

create a separate space to put your not clean but not dirty clothes, maybe a dedicated drawer in your dresser, a storage container, or they even sell things like these at Walmart and department stores that work really well for clothing. if you have a bank account you can go to the bank and ask for a roll of quarters and they'll deduct that money from your account, or they may be able to literally exchange $10 in cash for a roll of quarters, not positive.

u/almostelm · 2 pointsr/minimalism

This might be too big for your needs, but when I was in college I used it for underwear, socks, belts, my hygiene supplies.

This is similar, but open.

u/Mandylicious · 2 pointsr/chinchilla

I have a set of those plastic drawers like this [] That I keep by the cage and keep food and accessories in. I put the hay in Rubbermaid totes that fit on the shelf underneath the cage. As for fleece fabric? You know I have a ton for the stuff I make, that's usually in an extra drawer in the dresser or an organized box in the closet lol.

u/catpizzacat · 2 pointsr/succulents

Have you considered something like a metro rack? I use one similar to this that I purchased from Lowes and it's a lifesaver. It is super sturdy, tall, the shelves are pretty standard sized so I can add more if I need, and I have plenty of room to zip tie lights to mine.

u/palaner · 2 pointsr/boardgames


Steel wire, holds up to 300 lbs, and most importantly, the shelves won't bend under under all your Kickstarter rewards and BGG promos. I ordered three and I'm glad I did.

u/helloyesthisisgirl · 2 pointsr/MakeupAddiction

>If you maybe need, say, 6 of them...

OP posted above :)

edit: ooh you may not have been talking about the white drawers, sorry!

u/IVIuggle · 2 pointsr/lego

If you've only got two tubs, I'd suggest maybe sorting them by color in these drawers. They're a bit expensive on amazon, you might be able to find them cheaper at your local Walmart. These types are good for organizing into individual parts, but might be a bit overkill for a smaller collection.

u/wdjm · 2 pointsr/DIY

Easiest solution possible: buy these

What makes those great is that you only need straight cuts and some screws and you can build the whole thing in an hour or two.

edit: Sorry. If you use the Shelflinks, I'd stain before assembly, but after cutting. Then use polyurethane over the stain.

u/deeptime · 2 pointsr/HomeImprovement
u/rubber-qiana · 2 pointsr/succulents

I use 2x4 basics attachments. They hook right into pre-cut 2x4s and are incredibly adjustable so they can be as high or as wide as you want. For a sharp, clean look you can paint them yourself.

Not the fanciest solution, but it works great thanks to how easy they are to assemble and customize sizes!

u/DaegenLok · 2 pointsr/gpumining

Pretty easy and straight forward. Very easy to set up. I had built a wood rack but felt this would be easier and more upgradable. It takes up very little room and it adjustable without cutting a single thing! Just check the dimensions for what will suit your needs. Mine is 36" wide and accommodates 2x systems on top and possibly 2x more systems on the bottom. Here are some links for the part links below. I went with the black one since it had a lower chance of conductivity. I made sure to put some fitting cardboard under the mobo just in case. I used twisty ties to hold the cards up which worked great. Could use some thing Zip-Ties if you know how you want it and can leave it. I had to move mine around a bit so the twisty ties were easier.

u/ben_alaska · 2 pointsr/dogemining

I also recommend BAMT on USB. Try version 1.6. I use this shelf with zip ties:

u/Meikami · 2 pointsr/chinchilla

A pack of these guys.

Granted, I'm only feeding two and it sounds like you need a lot bigger bins. But yeah, stackable bins. Maybe one of these too. Like so.

Or, if you're trying to make it look pretty (or like there's no "pet junk" there at all), try getting a piece of furniture like an armoire and storing everything in bins in there, like so or like so.

u/Platinum_guy · 2 pointsr/airsoft

buy/build a gun rack to sit at the bottom for your long guns, I'd put it where the mortar is sitting just now. They're pretty simple if you can do even basic DIY.
get a pistol rack to go above that, again pretty easy to DIY, you could raise it up or put a drawer underneath to keep all your mags.
next to the pistols have a space to charge batteries and maybe a desktop drawer sized thing to hold parts, not sure how many there are.
get some drawers/shelves/really useful boxes to store your gear next to your long guns.

gust get some lumber from home depot to DIY most of this stuff super cheap or look around, here some examples...
Gun rack
Pistol rack
desk drawer
gear drawers
really useful boxes

how I'd set it up

u/QuaereVerumm · 2 pointsr/femalefashionadvice

I use little Sterilite drawers like these and pretty pencil cups/organizers for brushes (currently this and this.) I separate products by type. There's a drawer for face products, eyeshadow, eyeliner/mascara/brows, lips. I keep brushes of the same type together too.

u/mithikx · 2 pointsr/pcmasterrace

Yeah, for years I've had my computers on the ground, they were glorified dust filters... shit actually ruined my Antec 900 - as in I wrote it off because I did not want to spend the effort cleaning that thing (as it was horribly tedious to disassemble).

My current computer sits over 2.5 ft (0.76 meters) off the ground on one of those cheap-o wire shelves on a solid piece of wood (2" x 25" x 12").

u/spindrjr · 2 pointsr/bookshelf

Before building some, I used to use wire shelves like these:

If the aesthetic isn't an issue for you (personally I think they look better than Walmart crap), they are great for holding lots of heavy books. I used to stack them 2 deep with hardcovers. Seville Classics sells some plastic covers to put on the shelves for small items, or you can figure something out yourself, masonite etc.

u/MrCalvinHobbes · 2 pointsr/Hydroponics

Watched a few youtube videos to get a high level knowledge. Checked amazon to get a rough idea of costs, Went to a local hydroponic store, asked for help and they helped me pick out the nutrient solution, ph balancer, stakes, tube etc. Bought the rest off of amazon. Read the instructions on the bottle. I'm sure there are better ways of doing things but this worked for me.

Light :




Ph Control:

Pump (overkill):

Reservoir: Ikea storage box I had already.

White Basket (Not needed): From Target that I had already.

Rest I got from local hydroponics store.

u/sirius_moonlight · 2 pointsr/Etsy

Costco, Office Max, Staples, Amazon have some really nice shelf units.

This is the type I like. Each shelf holds 300 pounds. You can place the shelves at any level, but unfortunately it doesn't look like you can get additional shelves. I've used this type at work and they are sturdy and dependable.

u/Beastcoastquay · 2 pointsr/FashionReps

Lol lowkey it's those Metal shelves all the hypebeast sneakerheads use

u/Mind-Over-Minis · 2 pointsr/Warhammer40k

I buy plastic drawers from those companies like Sterilite and whatnot, just plastic bins with pull out clear plastic drawers. You see them everywhere like Walmart/Target or whatever your alternative is if not in the US.


About $8-$10 can store a couple mid size armies including vehicles in, large creatures go on display here in a cabinet but the main forces go in the plastic bins. Then I stack the bins up on cheap garage shelving and pull out the drawer when I need to grab the figures so that's pretty convenient.

Been doing this for over a decade, all good no problems, dust free cheap storage you can expand as needed.

These kinds of things here:


You can buy cheap foam inserts from Amazon as well, just pick and pluck foam and line the bottom of the bins if you wish to keep everything stationary.

u/hnoto · 2 pointsr/organization

Bins or plastic drawer things for the makeup and toiletry items, baskets for washcloths,basket for cleaning supplies on the bottom, stack of towels on the top.

plastic drawer things---depending on the measurements of your closet:

u/pinkorangegold · 2 pointsr/succulents

Thank you! The shelves, owl pots, and tiny pink and white pot are all from Amazon; the other pots are just from my local hardware store. These shelves:

u/firinne83 · 2 pointsr/houseplants
u/mks93 · 2 pointsr/malelivingspace

I'm not sure if this is what you mean, but you can get Sterilite drawers that are cheap and look good. We have a few of these in the apartment and they look nice. This might be too close to a dresser.

You could also use stackable milk crates. The open part can face out when you stack them. See here

u/WrongFont · 2 pointsr/AnimeFigures

I don't know what country you are from but if you are in the US I've looked up different ways and these organizers can look nice if you are creative and add lighting to them from what some people have shown me

There's also the Amazon shelf it's not at good as Detolf since it doesn't encase the figures but it's pretty cheap

u/rabbithasacat · 2 pointsr/Cooking

This might work for you. I haven't tried it for fermentation, but it does have precise temp settings, and you don't have to immerse anything in water. I proof bread in it and have begun using it instead of a slow cooker because it's so convenient to just use my stainless steel stockpot instead of maneuvering the crockpot insert in and out of its cradle.

The 52-page manual and accompanying recipe book are online, so you can take a look for yourself and see if it might meet your needs.

u/mantrap2 · 2 pointsr/ECE

A 2N2222 doesn't have nearly enough power handling for a heater. You'll need a power transistor probably in a TO-3 package with heatsink minimally to come close to 50W.

HOWEVER: You will want to do some thermal calculations first to make sure that 50W is even enough heating capacity. This involves calculating the volume of air and dough you are heating, estimating the heat capacity/specific heat of each, estimating the temperatures inside and outside the chamber, estimating heat losses and then sizing the heating element to that. Maybe 50W is enough. But maybe not.
I'd be surprised if it's enough.

If you use a fan, that's another heat transfer calculation to make.

You can teach yourself Heat Transfer (pdf) but it's not a walk in the park because this is a ME/ChemE subject rather than typically EE (it's VERY useful for EEs to learn heat transfer and thermodynamics BTW - if you have a chance, definitely take these as electives if they interest you - very useful).

The thing is you are not just heating the surface of the resistor (which is what that temperature spec is) but you are transferring an excess heat to the surroundings, and then hopefully to the dough.

So you need far more heat than what is required to heat the resistor, and heat = energy = wattage x time. That heat has to transfer from the resistance by primarily conduction to the air and then from the air to the dough. It's substantially less than 100% efficient.

You may end up needing more heat that 50W can provide. Then you'll want to go to 120VAC line voltage to run a heater. That would require an SSR (solid state relay) to switch the AC on and off plus a controller to drive it. That could be a microcontroller, with a temperature sensor.

Or it could be a commercial controller. Omega is the "easy, fast path to solution" for this kind of thing. You can find cheaper but they are a one-stop-shop online (e.g. they have good online support/training)

Honestly this is why I'd buy a proofing oven instead of DIY but that's just me. My buddy makes sour dough all the time - he uses the linked oven for his sour dough bread. Classic "Build or Buy" decision.

u/gillyyak · 2 pointsr/xxketo4u2

Super cute lamps! I've been eyeing a set that look like the legs on surveying instruments <cute nerdgasm>. Do you have a bread proofer? I got DH this one, which work fabulously! You can even add a little tray of water to it, for humidity control.

u/RedPaddles · 2 pointsr/Kefir

I was just looking to buy something similar, because I moved and my new kitchen is too cold for anything to ferment properly in a timely fashion. I am trying to also make filmjolk, which needs room temperature, and would also like to make Quark, which needs a different temperature entirely that yogurt or kefir.

I have two yogurt makers that are too hot, so currently trying to figure out a way to use them without anything actually touching the too warm base.


Basically, I'd buy this if:

  1. I can set the temperature digitally anywhere between 20C to 50C and also set an auto-timer
  2. The top is expandable so I can use a higher jar
  3. The base is large enough for at least two large jars

    I would not buy it if it was set on one temp setting and only for kefir. Multi-use, as others stated, is key here, as that would allow me to justify getting yet another appliance by donating my current yoghurt makers.


    I have this in my amazon shopping cart, this should give you some great ideas: I love the collapsible design , the size, the fact that you can add shelves and the temp settings. I dislike the price and that it isn't very pretty to look at. Yours is awesome because it would also keep things cool in the summer time, though I find I have less of a need for that. Consistent heat is more what I personally need.
u/Transmaniacon89 · 2 pointsr/BudgetAudiophile

Pangea Audio Vulcan Four Shelf Audio Rack (Black)

This is the stand I got, good build quality, adjustable spiked feet, and rubber washers between shelves to help dampen vibration.

u/youwiththeeyes · 2 pointsr/houseplants

Check Amazon. They have a ton of stackable plant stands, both wire and wood. I have this one:

I can vouch for the above one. Looks good, and is decently strong. Mine is currently holding about 40 6-inch terracotta pots.

u/GryphonEDM · 1 pointr/microgrowery

I'm not sure honestly, but that looks like it would work!

Amazon link for others

u/dallen120 · 1 pointr/buildapc

My goal was to get my cables off the ground. I don't have a picture at the moment, but I took a square wire panel from a shelving set like this: and fastened it to the bottom of my desk with zip ties. Then I attached the power strip and bundles of cable to the wire panel and made it look all neat. This way none of the cables are visible unless you go under the desk. That's my method and I'm sure everyone has different methods. But again, my goal was to bundle up my cables and get them off the floor.

u/J1-Ruffles · 1 pointr/Hedgehog

It's a few sets of C&C grids. They're marketed as shelves, but as you can see you can arrange them in any way you like! Linky link

u/pullonyourfeet · 1 pointr/dogs

We patched up a couple of gaps in the fence with this stuff while our puppy was tiny (he can't get through the gaps anymore now anyway) I think it's easier to get hold of in the US than here, and cheaper too. The grids are 14" square, fix them on with cable ties or rope or something.

u/DiscoKittie · 1 pointr/WireWrapping

I don't have a setup for travel yet. Thought I do have one of these cool rolling carts! And one of these rolling carts, too. I got them to carry my supplies and wares for craft sales, but haven't used them in a while (and i don't remember them being that expensive, maybe they were on sale...). Super handy though.

Though, the couple of times I've had to take a small amount of wire and tools with me somewhere, I've just put tools in one gallon sized ziplock bag, and the wire in another, then tossed them into a bigger cloth bag to carry.

Here's what my crafting wall looks like at the moment. It's in disarray, but better than it was! :) The pegboard was going to be thrown out at work, so I saved it. There is a lot of space that I could use that is covered up by the desk, but I didn't want to cover up the window. And yes, there's a makeshift cat bed on the top shelf. I knew I wouldn't be able to make the shelves without her having something to lie on, because she would have climbed up there and just knocked everything off anyway. the shelving is made out of this modular shelving stuff, but with zip ties not the connectors it comes with.

This is just the stuff I use regularly. I have a whole room full of supplies I either bought myself or inherited from my mom.

u/sierramarie3992 · 1 pointr/guineapigs

Metal part can be called a wire grid panel or wire cube shelving system. The connectors are just called plastic cube connectors. Here is a link for them on Amazon, maybe you can see if they ship to Bulgaria

u/kromyt · 1 pointr/randomactsofamazon

A shelving unit like that or the rubbermaid ones.

I know it seems weird, but hear me out. We live in a smallish apartment, two adults and a kid. We have an outdoor storage closet and a living room closet. Well, we live in Florida, not a lot of need for lots of coats. So we got a metal shelving unit that fits into our living room closet and it has become a pantry since we have a TINY kitchen with almost no space.

The outdoor storage closet on our patio was useless as is, but with the rubbermaid shelves, we have SO MUCH STUFF in there that we use, but can't store inside. My husband's tools, my gardening stuff for my few flowers, and the like are all in there along with some gaming stuff of my husband's for miniature painting that he wants to get back into.

Apartments suck on storage, the shelves have been a godsend!

My stepson and I would have fun with these

u/Rezamatix · 1 pointr/GuitarAmps

I use these: Whitmor Supreme 4-Tier Shelving with Adjustable Shelves and Leveling Feet Chrome

u/tmntman · 1 pointr/transformers

They look like standard industrial shelving. They are used often in restaurants. Amazon has it as well. If you have a restaurant supply store in your area, check there.

u/Yokuo · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Well, I used to have a blue one of these, and it held up really well, so I have to recommend it. You can get them cheaper at places like Target, though.

This sort of container is the same concept, more stackable, but less convenient. It's also cheaper in some stores.

If you want to go more fancy, this is a spiffy stackable container. The top is a lid that comes off. My parents have one, and it's pretty nice.

Thanks for the contest!

u/Danthegoon · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I like these things, and you can usually get them in lots of sizes You could always grab a few, too. :) i

Edit: Saw that you linked them already I'll look around some more.

You could probably try something like a book shelf. I'm not sure how else you could store them without stacking besides that or a wall rack.

u/OfMonstersAndSuicide · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon
u/Minatox · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

So after a quick search I saw these which are really neat, and if you wanna display I saw these nice shelves, also I think the ones you liked are good too even if its plastic here are some slightly cheaper ones in case you decide on those.

I hope you find something you like :)

u/nowhereian · 1 pointr/GoRVing

Honestly, we don't really use the back door much. On our last few trips, we actually put a set of plastic drawers (like this one) in front of the door for a little more storage. It's nice to be able to open both doors for a breeze though.

The front door is far enough away from the bunks that we don't wake the kids up. It also helps to really tire them out. Run around all day, go swimming if you can, etc. Also, we have one of these night light switches down by the floor right next to the front door. It's enough light that we can come in and grab something or see our way to the bathroom without turning on a light.

u/woo545 · 1 pointr/InteriorDesign

It can be a plastic drawer type thing you stick in that's not permanently mounted.

You can hang pot lids on doors with 3M hooks

u/LevelReward · 1 pointr/HelpMeFind

How about those Sterilite drawer carts, like these ? They vary by height, width, depth. You can easity cut holes in the back for cables. Stick the units in each drawer with controllers and accessories. Pull them out when you play. Close them up and wheel them back when you're done.

u/Dzunner · 1 pointr/AutoDetailing
  1. Iron X is a completely different product than Sonax. Iron X is for decontamination and is more for your paint where as Sonax is an actual cleaner that is designed to work on your wheels.

  2. The very best spray bottles you can get for the money are the HDX Widemouth Sprayers.

  3. Check Harbor Frieght for M105 /M205 and use the digital 20% off coupon. You will have to make 2 seperate trips inside but you can use the same digital coupon from your phone.

  4. Foaming guns are a good thing to have. If it is for a pressure washer, make sure you get the short handle with the largest capacity bottle you can get. When you try and put those things on the end of the PW wand, it will spin in the collet and not go where you are wanting it to. This is the one that I have.
    And this is the handle for the unit

  5. Not sure what pads you are referring to but if you are talking about buffer pads, then the best deal flying on what I think are the best pads out there are the Buff N Shine multiple pad pack

  6. I keep the majority of my equipment in a couple of Husky Job Boxes

  7. I keep my pads and MF towels in a couple of these Sterilite Drawer Carts

  8. To keep mold and mildew out of all of my totes and carts, I also throw in some Silica packs

  9. For all of my chemicals and supplies I keep everything on a simple set of Metal Shelving

    Best of luck.
u/ShricOorenm · 1 pointr/LifeProTips

I forgot to consider you might be out of the U.S, but my tips should still apply.

This might sound obvious but don't overpack clothes. Some of my roommates and myself included brought so many clothes that we don't use and it's just taking up space.

For kitchen use, take your own utensils but just one of each you're not going to need more than that trust me. For kitchen equipment like pans and pots, if your buddys do get in coordinate who takes what so you don't have multiples.

In the beginning it's all about taking what's absolutely essential, if you're able to go home during breaks that's when you bring some more stuff if you have the space.

I'm gonna link some stuff in a moment that you should absolutely consider buying. They're going to be amazon links but big chain stores in your area should carry similar products.

These three products fold so they're easy to pack in any suitcase.

A little bigger so you'd have to buy these once you've settled in but they help if you're low on space.

Plastic is your best friend if you're low on funds and can't buy dressers. I have one in my closet for T-Shirts/socks/boxers and one under my T.V desk for electronics/school stuff

I ship to Mexico sometimes so maybe you can ship to Chile as well.

u/dnd1980 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon


Thanks for the contest! And making me all nervous :x lol

u/icontorni · 1 pointr/BabyBumps

Our baby is also going without a nursery for the first couple of months. We bought a storage bin for clothes for the future and another one for our room for newborn and 0-3 stuff that looks like this

We will store the bin on the back porch and the bin with the newborn clothes next to the bassinet in our room.

We cleared half the dresser for the changing pad. underneath her bassinet are all the changing supplies.

In terms of toys and swings etc, that's all in storage in the basement and will come up on an as-needed basis, and will probably get stored in a closet or in her room right after we get it painted and the floor cleaned.

u/evrydayzawrkday · 1 pointr/electronic_cigarette

Same situation, I got something like this from Home Depot, and slid it under my home office desk (where she never looks).

u/moxiousmissy · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

This would be handy

You could even keep your games organized and what not!

u/KinkyMcDreamy · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

these seem like they would be perfect.

I would love a gift card if I win please.

u/GossamerSolid · 1 pointr/boardgames

I have 3 of these to hold my collection:

They work great. For small games, I bought 2 fabric cubes that all the small games get packed into. Then the cubes go onto one of the racks.

u/oddsnsodds · 1 pointr/IndoorGarden
u/HappyDonut · 1 pointr/knives

What LockoutTagout said.

I used to display my collection by buying those cheap little desk drawers, I'd line them with that rubber carpet pads .

Now I use spyderco's spyderpacs. I hang them up on nails using the few loops that the pacs have. Then I just place the knives inside. Nice little wall decoration. :)

u/The_Gr8_Catsby · 1 pointr/Teachers

Have you thought of using the Sterlite paper drawers? Like this? These are usually cheaper in stores.

u/hackedhead_ · 1 pointr/lego

Interesting. for reference, I have 15-20 thousand pieces, and I'm only now considering sorting to be worthwhile. I'm sorting my most common pieces by type (all colors of 1x2 plates in one compartment) and other types in mixed categories (all 1xN slopes in one compartment (1x2, 1x3, 1x4 all together). I'm using these (several of each):

But with under 5K parts, I'd recommend just sorting by size, as I mentioned before, maybe into something like this, with one drawer for each size:

Hope that helps!

u/QuestionsGoHere · 1 pointr/HomeRepair

I'm in the process of setting up my garage and was wondering if I should get a sawhorse or would I just be better off getting something like the following.

Hopkins 90124 2x4basics ShelfLinks Custom Storage System, Black - 6 Pack

Or even building a basic workbench myself.

u/sawdustsawyer · 1 pointr/woodworking

I've been looking at these guys lately for shelving. I haven't fired on it yet, but the reviews look good:

u/MeriRebecca · 1 pointr/buildapc

I have my computer set in a shelf like this: I just don't have the middle shelf in. It keeps the PC off the carpet and stuff from on top of it.

u/cwrecka · 1 pointr/battlestations

Thank you! :) The shelf I use for my pc was purchased from amazon... Heres the link

u/ObviousLobster · 1 pointr/buildapc

Another good option is to just make yourself a little 4-6" shelf with some plywood and spare boards and set your monitor on that.

Or if you want the glorious machine easier to see, buy one of these. It's what I use and it looks great and makes the case easy to access.

u/sqlinjector · 1 pointr/dogemining

Is this your shelf?

u/rtscaptain · 1 pointr/dogemining

This the rack you have?
I got the same thing. Pretty good quality for the price.

u/indigoreality · 1 pointr/dogemining

Oh, I used one of these shelving units.
You can get them from Target/Walmart for about the same price.

u/floodingthestreets · 1 pointr/Aquariums

Models with a 4000 lbs total or 800 lb per shelf capacity can hold 40 gallon breeders. I've kept 4 breeders (stacked 2 high) on this shelf without issue.

The model you linked is available on Amazon with a 5000 lb total capacity.

There are similar looking shelves with about 250 lb per shelf capacity, which I wouldn't trust to hold any aquariums.

u/Coolmew · 1 pointr/boardgames

I have these and find them pretty good. They are a little bit of a pain to put together but shouldn't be particularly difficult if you have more than one person working on it. Also, their corners are a little sharp, but this kind of thing would probably fix that problem. The shelves are huge and hold a ton of weight securely. Also, if you plan on getting more than one, I suggest also getting black zip ties to connect adjacent units together for increased stability.

If you think you could go with something a little more expensive, IKEA has some nice board game shelves.

u/Turmoil90 · 1 pointr/malelivingspace

This was the closest I could find on Amazon

u/LicianDragon · 1 pointr/Aquariums

How would I shim a stand that's just and edsal shelf like this? I just moved and had to put my 40gal directly on the floor because the previous stand got damaged (and wasn't very good in the first place). The floor here is extremely uneven. The left and right side are off by over half and inch and the front and back are off by about a half an inch so I know I absolutely have to get this fixed ASAP. With it being off by so much, what's the safest way to shim the stand and even things up?

Alternately, would it be better to try a cinder block stand? Looking at the edsal shelves, I'm not sure my screentop lid would fit since the stand would be exactly 36" long with a very snug fit for the tank itself.

u/razorback99 · 1 pointr/Aquariums

I've been thinking of picking up a 40 gallon breeder in the current Petco sale, and I was wonder what people use for tank stands? I've read about people using something like this:

...but I'm afraid it might be too flimsy with putting just one tank on it.

u/7x13 · 1 pointr/Gunpla


Each shelf is as high as a 1/3oz jar of Tamiya Paint. Its perfect for paint and tools.

u/GummyTumor · 1 pointr/learnart

I keep most of my pens, pencils, airbrush equipment, markers, inks, and smaller items inside these, I like the black ones, and the larger/oddly shaped items like spray paint, gesso, palettes, and acrylics get tossed into these folding canvas boxes you can find pretty much anywhere now. I can fit one of each side by side on my shelves and they keep everything neat and organized. I have 4 of the canvas containers and 3 of the Sterilite drawers along side all my art books and video games on these dinky waist high shelves I got at Target. You'd be surprised how much stuff you can cram into them.

My drawing desk is just a smallish dinner table I bought for $10 bucks, best deal ever! On it, I keep a rotating pencil holder from Office Depot that holds my brushes, rulers, and nib holders. I also have a few jars of water for water coloring, two lamps, and some of those wooden hands/mannequins for still lifes on there. I nailed some nails to the side of the table to hang a pencil case filled with the essentials for when I'm traveling or want to paint/sketch outside, I also have some nails for artist's tape, my heat gun, and a dust brush.

I generally don't work on paper larger than 9x12, so most of my pads of paper and sketch books go right in my shelf standing up.

I can't stand working in a messy studio or losing any of my supplies, so having multiple drawers and boxes where I can just throw things into and sort them out later is perfect for me. I really recommend the Sterilite drawers. They have them at Target and Walmart and come in different colors.

u/unamedgamer1 · 1 pointr/turning

what if I have started doing for pen parts is I bought some small plastic drawers like these:

and hotglued in dividers made from some 1/4" plywood.

Each pen type gets its own drawer, and every part from that pen gets its own section in the drawer. So when I get a shipment of pen parts, I divide them up between the drawers and dividers, so when I am working on a specific pen I just pull out 1 of each part and assemble.

My blanks are still just in a pile with there species written on the side though.

u/VenocStorm · 1 pointr/boardgames

I can't take pictures as they're currently across the country, but I use something very similar to these for storage. They fit the normal human-size figures well, and everything taller went into a couple separate storage bins.

u/SuperflyD · 1 pointr/xboxone

This is what I use.

I have 3 on my desk for all my consoles and hard drives.

The big thing is no traction. So I am careful about leveling them or use some stick on velcro.

u/Bfedorov91 · 1 pointr/Vive

Looks good. I wish I had a welder.

I bought one of those small wire frame shelves.. works great.. $12 on clearance at BJs. Placed a block of wood under the clamps.. done.

u/Thirikaran · 1 pointr/MoneroMining would this suffice as a frame? and if possible could i get it to fit 2 rigs? I'm in canada and looking for a wire rack,

also how would you attach the risers onto this?

u/DarkSatelite · 1 pointr/vegetablegardening

I just got these, and they've worked great for starting fall stuff(still too hot to seed them outside where I live)


I just zip tied them to a cheap wire shelf , all my greens/lettuce/peas etc came up great with it.


Only have 2 lights in it atm, but it honestly feels like plenty to get started.

u/That_Cupcake · 1 pointr/succulents

Happy to see this thread! CCW as this is my first attempt at a winter set up.


7700K white LED panels

5000k bulb in a reflector clamp


Shelf. It's great for hanging the LED panels since I don't have a drill, but the smaller pots tip over easily on the wire rack.


Props are being lit by an old/cheap purple LED panel. (just brought these inside for the winter)

Not sure how to light the Agave and Sempervivums that I just brought in. The only window in my apartment is a west facing slider that opens to a covered patio, so I don't get a lot of light inside.

I also grew cat grass for my pumpkin loaf so he wouldn't munch on the succulents.

u/JaviJ01 · 1 pointr/EtherMining

I'm just going to build my own. You just need to buy some 1"x1" wood and nail/glue it together. Or if you don't want to build it just go with wire shelving like this. People zip tie the mobo on the shelf and hang the gpus from the underside of the shelf.

Edit: some thing like this

u/P00P135 · 1 pointr/EtherMining

Spend 20bucks on this can hold 2 rigs pretty easy. You're welcome.

u/didgeboy · 1 pointr/LegoStorage

The Akro mills come in several styles, all small, small and big mix and all big. There are also these: A combination of styles and sizes might be what you need.

u/BitchinItch · 1 pointr/microgreens

$94.99 for the racks here, saves you $13/rack

If you're willing to (and have the tools already/not having to buy them), you could always build your racks from wood. Using basic 2x4's you could do it pretty cheap.

Check FB marketplace or craigslist or whatever it is you have up there for used shop lights. I got 5 for $20 like new.

good luck!

u/lvl12TimeWizard · 1 pointr/microgreens

super hard to find shelves on amazon when looking for a specific size, judging by comments here these aren't too bad



I am looking to start growing as well and think I may head to a real store and try to save 20-30 bucks on an in store sale.

u/jldxx3 · 1 pointr/houseplants

Absolutely not what OP used, but a similar concept, is this type of shelf. I've had my eye on them for like 6 months but my windows are frosted and I'm not sure if they'd stick!

u/ostentia · 1 pointr/IndoorGarden

You could try one of those window suction cup shelves. This one says it holds up to five pounds, and this one holds seven; that's probably enough for a few small plants.

u/fredbutt · 1 pointr/succulents

Shelves and macrame hold my collection together. I got the shelf on Amazon here .

My window is east facing, so it gets decent light without roasting the leaves too badly. I have a shelf with a grow light right near the window as well, so I'm sure they get some ambient light from that.

u/killerslowpoke · 1 pointr/succulents

I think it's these!

u/whats_up_tigerlily · 1 pointr/succulents

Or this?

u/sidewalksolipsis · 1 pointr/succulents

Amazon! Here you go! Glad to enable another succulent addict. :) (It looks like they're out of the large version at the moment. )

u/thresholden · 1 pointr/PrimeDay

I spent way too much time waffling on a 20 dollar order since its mostly snacks and household goods. I went with this drawer instead:

Add some chips or drink in there to make the minimum.

u/oppy · 1 pointr/transformers

It looks like this might be it:

Cheaper than I was expecting!

u/TheForgottenOne454 · 1 pointr/hottoys

They're ok. They were super cheap on amazon a while ago, around $30. They're around $60 now so they're not as good of a deal as they were. I'd buy them used for sure!

Convenience Concepts 5-Tier Glass Tower

u/caffeined · 1 pointr/Breadit

I don't know what others think about it, but if you're in the market for an early Christmas present to yourself, I love my Brod & Taylor Folding Proofer.

u/candrist · 1 pointr/Breadit

I have a small storage room that I leave the light on all day and it stays between 80-85.

They also make proofing boxes to maintain that temp.

Brod & Taylor Folding Proofer & Slow Cooker

You can just leave it at room temp too. I just left it on the counter in the beginning. We keep our house at 72.

u/penguinsuicide · 1 pointr/Baking

I've seen people on thefreshloaf use light bulbs in Tupperware containers.

Else, if you don't end up DIYing, Brod and Taylor makes a collapsible proofer

u/TheAllMightiest · 0 pointsr/minimalism

Many people push against buying storage for items "when you could just downsize further", but I think you could really benefit from one of those cubby storage units (like a bookshelf, but square cubbies instead of shelves). We have one and those cloth cubes that unfold from a flat state to become "drawers", and odds and ends can be places into labeled Ziploc bags and whatnot and easily stored out of sight. Amazon (yes, I know, Jeff Bezos is the Antichrist) makes these units that, while not terribly attractive, come in pieces and can be assembled. Maybe worth considering!