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Shelf Dividers

Martha Stewart Living, August 2006

Stacks of shirts, folded linens, and other closet items often need help to keep from toppling into disarray. Wooden shelf brackets used as dividers do the job nicely. Arrange the closet's contents to determine where to place the brackets. Paint the brackets to match the shelves; let dry. Position brackets as pictured. To secure each, drill in two screws from the underside of the shelf.

 

Comments (11)

  • southern belle 21 Oct, 2013

    Is there a way to use these without drilling? I would live to use them in so many places but don't want to drill. That way they could be moved as needed on the shelves.

    Thanks.

  • billnmary 19 Oct, 2013

    I have wire shelving. Any suggestions?

  • Jackie Adams West 20 Jul, 2012

    I understand how you mount the brackets but are the shelves mounted just like you would mount regular closet shelves? I'm not seeing any mounting for the shelves, themselves.

  • pamelac426 20 Oct, 2011

    I love this idea... but I have wire shelving. Any suggestions?

  • meebzilla 15 Apr, 2010

    They're just those bracket you use to hold up a shelf, like bookshelves. You can buy them anywhere you'd buy shelving, in all shapes, size, color, material (wood, wrought iron, steel, etc.)

  • domaintreats 1 Apr, 2010

    Where do you get these brackets?

  • domaintreats 1 Apr, 2010

    Where do you get these brackets?

  • thisoldspouse 26 Mar, 2010

    Is there a template for the brackets?

  • SMILETU 29 Dec, 2008

    I believe that these wooden shelf brackets might just be what I need to make my space even neater. Thanks

  • StaceyRichards 5 Feb, 2008

    This is so much easier and cheaper than spending hundreds of dollars on a California closet kit.

  • Dadinha 12 Jan, 2008

    very useful