Bookshelf on the budget


My first born is about to turn 9 years old in March, she asked us to redo her room.(frankly,the last time we did it when we moved in to our house 6 years ago).It was time. I have been eyeballing this bookshelf on the P******* website for a while. Only problem $599+tax+shipping=expensive. My darling husband came to my rescue and agreed to build it. I had to put my own stamp on it as well. Shelf are ready to put in-still drying. All this spins around on a lazy susan.
Mirror on one side.
My stamp on it. Silver and hot pink stencil design.Her walls are white and the ceiling is hot pink.
Cork board for notes.

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  • Monika O
    on Jan 18, 2013

    He used 12" lazy susan made by Shepherd. 1000lb. I think it was $7+shipping.

  • Z
    on Jan 18, 2013

    Wow Monika, that's quite a difference in cost in making that yourself. I love MDF for things like this. We used it for our walk in closet, only I used gel stain to give it a wood grain look.

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