The rigid horizontal ledge isn't ideal for storing just any object, giving great value to the odd-looking Bolia Organize Shelf. Sure, this sort of wall-mounted storage system has not been tried and tested like its single-plank counterparts, yet it certainly appears to offer some practical possibilities.
The installation process might begin with the fixing of the two end pegs to the wall. Both short edges of the felt strap are looped around these to establish the span of the sagging shelf. Three more oak dowels can be positioned somewhere between the original two, but are really intended to be arranged in an apparently haphazard way.
By hooking the fabric around the wooden bolts of SAYS WHO's Organize Shelf, you can bring the soft surface into tension or let it hang. Either configuration would do well to support the stashing of different types of items.
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