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  • J Mellor

    Love this unfinished basement storage idea where you secure wire shelving to ceiling boards to create extra storage.

  • Lacey Prindle

    I love storing things between joists!... Screw wire shelving to joists- Create extra storage space by screwing wire closet shelving to joists in your garage or basement. Wire shelving is see-through, so you can easily tell what's up there. Depending on the width, wire shelves cost from $1 to $3 per foot at home centers. Basement storage room here we come!

  • Jeannette Aspel

    Screw wire shelving to joists for garage storage might come in handy for basement storage room too?

  • npr girl

    Basement storage. -- a lot of garage organizing ideas could probably work in the basement too

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