My Storage Unit: If You Got A Bunch Of Books Lying Around! It’s The Perfect Opportunity To Create Your Own Library!

Have you always dreamt about having your very own library but just can’t seem to find the right amount of space? Well you’re not alone. Most book lovers’ envision their ideal library with shelves and rows of their favorite books, magazines and comic books. One of the interesting perks of having dedicated book shelves for your favorite novels or comic books is how aesthetically pleasing and organized it’ll be. This DIY library is truly a book lovers’ paradise!

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Did you know that storing your personal belongings for months to come isn’t the only thing that a Self-Storage Unit is designed to do? With a bit of imagination and creativity you’re able to transform your self-storage unit into your own personal library! Yep, that’s right! Your own personal library filled with tens to hundreds of your favorite books. So, checking out a book won’t be necessary or a problem. You also won’t have to worry about whether your favorite books are available because they’re all on reserve for you! Find out how you can transform your self-storage unit into a DIY library in these 3 simple steps.

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  • Rent a Storage Unit with the Most Optimal Space – The decision to pick out the right sized storage unit space is one of the most critical steps in building your own storage library. Yep, that’s right! Figuring out the size of your storage library is going to help you in the long run. Guess what it all boils down to? You guessed it! It’s the amount of books you’re likely and willing to store. If you’re planning on storing the remaining books you’ve kept stored all around your house, then a smaller storage unit space is the ideal choice. However, if you plan on expanding your book collection, it’s recommended to invest in a larger storage unit space. We wouldn’t want you walking into your library to only come to realize you ran out of storage space.
  • Line Your Book Shelves Against the Wall – Now that you’ve got your storage space ready, it’s about that time we start building our library! What’s the first thing that pops in your head when it comes to libraries besides books? If you’ve guessed book shelves, you’re absolutely correct! It’s not considered a library if book shelves aren’t in place. With that said, book shelf placement is really important when it comes to building your storage library because of the limited space available. We highly recommend measuring the dimensions of the book shelves with the dimensions of the storage unit to see exactly how many book shelves you’re able to optimize and maximize.
  • Organize Your Books with a System – This is where your library will come alive! There are a few methods in organizing your books in a systematic sort of way which is either in alphabetical order or separate them by genres. We recommend separating books by genres with generic categories such as action, adventure, romance, horror, comedy and miscellaneous. Once separated then you may proceed organizing the books in alphabetical order.

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Having created a privately DIY library is incredibly satisfying and rewarding to say the lease. Storing your favorite books, magazines and comics in a Self-Storage is one of the best ways to create free extra space in your home even if it’s a little. Here at SuperStorage Santa Maria, we can help accommodate your storage needs. If you’ve got stacks of books, piles of magazines and collections of comics taking up space in your room or home, SuperStorage Santa Maria, may be the storage solution for you. SuperStoraga Santa Maria offers a wide variety of storage units in Santa Maria, California to help you find the most optimal storage space for your DIY library. To find out more information about unit prices and sizes, contact 805-922-5072 today!





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