Now that I'm trying to step up throwing pottery at home, I have found that I need more shelves. I've been setting pots all over the place to dry, covering all my work surfaces. I also need some metal shelves to set up near the kiln, for pots that are waiting to go in/have just come out. The other day I saw a mention of the IkeaHyllis shelves, and they seemed like just the thing I needed for both problems. So off I went to Ikea after work, and after a lot of wandering and looking through the displays, and then wandering and less happily looking through the warehouse aisles, I found the shelves (not where the piece upstairs had directed me, nor where the internet had directed me). But I digress. At $15 a bookshelf, I believe these galvanized steel shelves were worth the hassle. And once I found the bigger Phillips head screwdriver to actually grip the screws, it wasn't that hard to put together. I have two in the studio now, and I'll put the shelves in the garage together soon. I will post pictures later, but in the meantime, here are a few I found on the interwebs.
This picture appears to be from a catalog. I like all the pots and plants and books.