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Tiered Shelving Units

Tiered shelving units are the most basic components to getting organized in any room or space in a home, office, or school. Tiered shelves are a skeleton from which a room's organization is dependent on. If you need storage and want to stay organized, a tier shelf unit is a must. If you want a tiered shelving unit in your living room, or bedroom, you'll want a standard tiered shelving unit that has style. Some tiered shelves come complete with a bin for each shelf to hold small items. Many tiered shelf styles are available - wicker, corn husk, wood and rattan, bamboo, and plastic bins. Shelf units that come with plastic bins would be great in a child’s bedroom, playroom, or in a classroom to store toys, craft and art supplies, or even books. Having a multi–tiered bin shelving unit can help organize, inspire, and be aesthetically pleasing to the eye. Tiered shelving in the living room can create a sense of style as well as organize.


Shelving is one of the most basic components to getting organized in any room or space in a home, office, or school. Shelves provide us with the framework to staying organized. They are the skeleton from which the body of organization in a room is dependent upon to keep everything connected and going strong. If you need storage and if you need to organize a space, shelves are essential. Tiered shelf units can instantly provide you with multiple shelves to get you going on that organization project.

Different spaces and rooms require different kinds of shelving. If you are organizing your garage, utility shelving units will work just fine to get the job done. If you want a tiered shelving unit in a standard closet, you might want one that is lower to the ground. If you want it in a walk in closet, than taking advantage of the four or five tiered shelf units would be a great choice. If you want the storage that a tiered shelving unit can provide in your living room, dining room, bedroom, or bathroom than you wouldn’t want to use a standard utility shelving unit. Aesthetically pleasing shelving that fit your personal style and the overall décor of the room will become equally as important as the functionality of the shelving.

There are many different styles and kinds of tiered shelf units. Some come complete with a bin as each shelf, which is conducive to organizing many similarly grouped small to medium items. Bathroom essentials, cosmetics, toiletry items, and hair products could be stored in a unit with built in bins. Many different styles are available such as wicker, corn husk, wood and rattan, bamboo, and plastic bins.

The multi – tiered shelf units that come with plastic bins would be great in a child’s bedroom, playroom, or in a classroom to store toys, craft and art supplies, or even books. Grouping similar items together in each bin makes it easier for a young child during pick up time. He can know that all the blocks go in the top red bin. All the cars and trucks go in the yellow bin. All the crayons and markers can go in a green bin. For the really young, taking pictures of the toys or items you want them to place in the individual bins and adhering the pictures to the outside of the bins will help a child know where to put which item. This can encourage play as well. When a child can see a bin of blocks, she may want to build with them. If she sees a big toy box full of all sorts of toys, she may not even think to dig through it all to find all the blocks in order to build with them. So, having a multi – tiered bin shelving unit can help organize, inspire, and be aesthetically pleasing to the eye.

Tiered shelving in the living room can create a sense of style as well as organize. Select a style that fits your overall décor. If you love the look of dark wood, then consider dark wood bookshelves. Use it to store books, art objects, plants, or place baskets of smaller items you need to store on the shelves. Its more pleasing to the eye if you break up the different elements you want to store. So, fill up one shelf with five to six books with their spines vertical perpendicular to the shelf itself. On the same shelf, place a framed photograph, a vase and maybe on the opposite end of the shelf three books stacked with their spines parallel to the shelf. Place a small object of interest on top of your stack of books.

Tiered shelving units are functional tools to get a room or space organized, but they can also contribute to the overall décor of a room. Select one or two that fits your style and happy organizing!

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