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zysb wrote:
Would like a shelving system like that? - My 3 sons share a room and would live to do something like that to maintain clutter. They have a lot of books, toys and their own little nick nacks that needs a place besides the floor or draw. They are 6 5 and 3, for now we are renting and their room isn't that big. Please help!
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Is each cubbie a seperate box or is it painted to look seperate

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Each cubbie is a seperate box

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sandietimm wrote:
I love the blue and orange. What paint colors/makers are they? Thanks!
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These are laminate colors not pain. Please see previous response.
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donald8201
How do you do the laminate and not show the substrate at the out side joints/corners?
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janet66 wrote:
How do I delete this picture from my idea book. I added it by mistake. - I added this and a few other pictures to my idea book and would like to streamline only the ones I need to refer to. Otherwise I can't find anything I will need. Thank you so much. Jan
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Janet, go to your ideabook, click on the edit button and there you can select photos you want to delete/remove.
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Or you can go through your book and click the trash can icon down the bottom when you get to the picture you would like to delete
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hindushka17 wrote:
awesome design. this is ovviously not built in righht? Where could i find boxes liek these?
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Yes. This was a custom built-in design made in a mill work shop.
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dlcacc
love this design, are diagrams, plans available for these?
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kpatel331 wrote:
What is the width. Depth, and height of one box?
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about 16" x 16" x 12" deep
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M M
These are great. So eye appealing! I wish someone would come up with a design store comparable to IKEA: affordable and design smart but with an American slant. Maybe add some Pottery Barn-like tables!
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Shanice Haines wrote:
This looks amazing - I so love this idea for my children question where can I but those shelves or boxes from ?..
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This project was all custom millwork.

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tadiwa1 wrote:
Color - What are two colors?
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reStyled by Valerie wrote:
Hi could you please tell me where you got the table and chair from? Thanks much...
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Playful cube storage units were custom designed and painted in bright colors to (hopefully) encourage the children to put their toys away. Everything in this basement — the materials, products, and finishes — were chosen for their low- or zero-VOC and high recycled content. More: Below Ground Beauty: Making the Most of Basement SpaceBeat the Heat: Escape to the BasementCool, Contemporary Wine Storage
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9. Get clean. Sometimes kids actually enjoy picking up after themselves and organizing toys. It's also a good way to expend more energy — a win-win for you!
Kerryn Ramsey added this to Creative Ways to Tame the Mess in Kids’ Bedrooms
6. Color-coordinated wall storage. Why hide toys away when everything from books and board games to furry toys and sci-fi paraphernalia can create a colorful display? Add plastic storage boxes for smaller pieces, such as Legos and puzzles, and if the shelves are still too messy for your liking, opt for doors on some of the shelving units.

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mendy schwimmer added this to eyms123's ideas
Blue and orange color paint Looks like it could be Dunn Edwards' Energy Orange, DE5223 and Blue Spruce, DE5772.
Ssubo added this to Playroom - Bentley
Cubbies for storing toys in bins, storing boardgames for easy access
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