You start with wire shelving racks, which I actually got on Amazon. I got the ones that are 48" wide, 72" high, and 18" deep, WITH casters (wheels).
|These are easy to assemble if you have two people working on it.|
|Then you fasten a partial sheet of homosote, which is a sheet of material that is similar to drywall, but much more porous, easy to stick push pins into. It comes in 4'x8' sheets. I used one sheet and used a 4'x4' piece on each wall. I primed both sides before mounting.|
|Here is the second movable wall. I did not tack paper over the lower part, as I did in the other one, so you can see how easily you have access to shelves beneath. I used bolts and large washers to attach the homosote to the shelving unit.|
|Each unit has five big, deep shelves.|
|A view of the other side.|