Simple Handmade Storage: 23 Step-by-step Weekend Projects

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Laurel Glen Pub., 2004 - House & Home - 128 pages
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Everyone has too much stuff - and not enough places to put it all. This book helps solve this universal problem by offering how-to projects for ultra-efficient storage units that save readers hundreds and even thousands of dollars by showing how to make their own storage pieces. Fully illustrated, with clear step-by-step instructions and a comprehensive techniques section, it covers how to build stand-alone and built-in pieces that maximize space and organization: cupboards, entertainment centers, under-stairway clothing racks, under-bed pull-out drawers, linen closets, toy chests, and bookcases and shelves sized correctly for paperbacks, art books, or collections of any type.

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Contents
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Basic Blanket
16
The Hallway
25
Copyright

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About the author (2004)

Philip Haxell is a designer and model maker who has worked for international clients as diverse as Chrysler, Smirnoff, and Philips.

Kate Haxell learned sewing from her grandmother at a young age. After obtaining her art degree, she went to work for Country Living, then moved into book publishing and editing.

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