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  • Miriam I
    Miriam I Bay Shore, NY
    on Jan 4, 2014

    Wow, it's lovely!

  • Therese C
    Therese C Greenfield, IA
    on Jan 4, 2014

    This turned out beautiful! I am wondering something though...I don't know what others call it, but here we call it chicken wire. Is that what you used for the cabinet door backing? I have a project in the works for my office and wanted to use the 'chicken wire' behind the glass. How, exactly did you attach the wire? Thanks in advance for your answer.

    • Janet Jordan
      Janet Jordan Australia
      on Jan 11, 2014

      @Therese C I would attach the chicken wire a staple gun and put a piece of dowel over where the wire is on the inner part of the cupboard to hide and make safe where the wire is attached, cheers

  • Gail Quarles
    Gail Quarles Livingston, MT
    on Jan 5, 2014

    that is really nice.. However, library? not very many books for a whole room! I put 10 ft boards near the ceiling in the guest room, all around, and put there our excess ( what we're not reading or fondling momentarily) .I just stack up the paperbacks 2 deep by author.. The visitors love gazing at the titles, something magic about all those books high up! We lend quite a few that way, too.. spread the joy!

  • Cynthia E
    Cynthia E Daleville, AL
    on Jan 5, 2014

    Love this the cabinets are wonderful

  • Anna Ibarra
    Anna Ibarra San Antonio, TX
    on Jan 6, 2014

    Absolutely perfect use for a small room like that. I don't think you would use this room as effectively as you can now. Just cleverly done, and great way to put your fondest gifts and etc.

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