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designing and building is pretty easy if you have some basic woodworking tools. 1x6 lumber would be plenty wide for cd's I would pre-drill and screw the shelves in from the outside "sides"
I used to have a pretty good sized collection of CD's ( about 900 or so) to pare down the
I sold off my vinyl a couple of years ago...I do miss some of those old records that I have not replaced with digital yet.
'Home made' as this may sound, the backside of the shelves will be against a wall. I thought if I cannot have simple hinged doors, maybe a simple calico cotton curtain would work, mounted on an inexpensive simple rod across the top. Mind you, my home is NOT a museum but rather a very down home, front porch, back porch, where friends and family gather freely for Texas bar b que and a cold beer. Simplicity and a truly rural look is key. Thanks so much, KMS Woodworks, for your communications!
you might look about in some local antique type shops for some of these.