White Boxes

At first glance, the shelves in the picture below look just like normal shelves: They’re not. They’re actually individual boxes, stacked up. The selling point? If you ever move you can just pick up your boxes and go. The downside, … Continue reading

Boardgame Shelves!

Chad “chaddyboy_2000” Krizan over at BoardGameGeek.com built the shelves you see below, and I definitely have to say I am jealous! Due to the cumbersome shape of the boxes, displaying and storing board games properly requires custom (and deep) shelves. … Continue reading

Fraze’s DIY Game Shelves

My friend Fraze sent me these pictures of his shelves forever ago and I’ve been sitting on them for just as long. Sorry, Fraze! About 2 years ago I too struggled with how to store my gaming and movie media. … Continue reading

Staircase Shelves

Shelves speak to me. This one says, “we are out of room in this house.” I love shelves as much as the next guy (probably more) but … I dunno. Not only might these push the wifey over the edge, … Continue reading

The Cave Shelves

Pictures of “The Cave” have been floating around for a few years now. I’ve actually always kind of liked the idea of reading in small, claustrophobic spaces. I think this could be turned into a kick-ass gaming setup as well. … Continue reading

Hidden Door Shelves

Ok, so like, seriously — who, after watching Scooby Doo, hasn’t wanted a secret door like this one in their house? Unfortunately, this link came to me from makezine.com, who linked to a story from Lifehacker, who linked to another … Continue reading

Building Bookshelves

Ana-White.com posted a set of instructions on how to build these lovely shelves. As the instructions note, it would be pretty easy to alter the dimensions of this shelf to meet your own personal space requirements. They may cost a … Continue reading

Black Adjustable Shelves

Of all the types of available shelves out there, these metal adjustable ones may be some of the cheapest, quickest, and easiest to assemble. I’m sure you’ve seen this type of shelf before. Assembly happens so quickly that it’s almost … Continue reading