What this means is that I desperately needed to put away Christmas but didn't have anywhere to put it all!
Description: Installation of wire shelving, including 2 horizontal hangtracks, 5 vertical shelf tracks, 4 shelves 16"wide and 47" long(and room for another), plus a 35" shelf, and 12 shelf brackets. This project essentially doubled the storage capacity of my under-stairs storage closet, and magnified its accessibility immeasurably.
Project planning: 1 hour
Installation: 2 hours (That's it!)
Cost: it's not important (okay, it was twice what I thought it would be, but sooo worth it!)
Tools needed: Stud finder, pencil, drill, level, measuring tape, screws. (I would recommend a stud-finder that is a little better than the $8 kind, especially if you have loathful textured walls)
Helps: a half-dozen guys at Home Depot (not all at once...) and this 5-minute YouTube video.
Difficulty level: This was surprisingly simple! It was very important that I measured and mapped the wall first so that I knew exactly what kind of space I was working with and how many shelves I would get and where they would go. Then once I got the stuff, it was seriously easy to install!