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Do you have a bookcase?


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millermil

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Just got to unpacking the books and realize I NEED more bookcases for my beloved books. Anyone know a good place to buy wood bookcases? And how many of you use bookcase?
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dsenette

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i prefer to build my own book cases....

but, if you want to buy. antique stores are good sources of sturdy wooden book cases, ikea has some nice ones. i also like these easy to make invisible bookshelves for the really interesting books
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You can find some nice things on Craigslist... and some not so nice things... :)
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rshaffer61

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Very ingenious ideal there Dsenette with the books. That gave me a ideal that I'm going to pursue about hands coming through the wall to hold the books up.
Another woodworking project that I think would look kind of cool.
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Troy

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I'll buy! As long as you cover postage. Hands coming out of the wall sounds awesome!
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