Corina Marisol. storage. September 01st , 2017.
Call them vinyl, phonograph, or gramophone records, or Long Play (LP) records, only an ardent collector knows the anguish of not having adequate storage space for them. There's absolutely no way the records can be stacked in a heap on the floor. You require a proper (read: fashionable) organizing and storing method so that you can find them as quickly as possible.
Deciding on the location of the units is an important factor if you are going to use the stored items frequently. The need for a tool or a bike or even a piece of furniture may arise at certain times. So, if the unit is located within a stone's throw of your house, then it meets the purpose of storing the items, and at the same time allowing you access to them when they are required immediately. The location should be such that it saves your time, and storing and retrieving the items from the unit fits into your daily schedule.
In the age of retro furniture, blanket chests are making a comeback, but still, it is not to the extent that they were used earlier. Most homes are doing without these for want of space, and because there are so many other options to store their blankets. The settees that are in vogue in small houses are taking care of the added storage space, and there are several people who are putting their blankets in large cabinets too. Add to that, blanket chests are expensive, because they are usually made with the best quality wood.
While installing the hooks in the pegboard, make sure you use good quality hooks that do not come off. Some hooks may come off while hanging the objects on them.
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