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My DIY Built-In Bookcase Wall Is Finished!! (Before & After)

My DIY Built-In Bookcase Wall Is Finished!! (Before & After)

Tufted drawer banquet. Perfect for those infrequently used items.

Tufted drawer banquet. Perfect for those infrequently used items.

by Jane Kelly, Designer for Airoom LLC  Added to 29,883 ideabooks  Recently added by arleneweisman  Last comment "layout, color, ceiling. 2 islands"  This photo has 31 questions  Has product tags

by Jane Kelly, Designer for Airoom LLC Added to 29,883 ideabooks Recently added by arleneweisman Last comment "layout, color, ceiling. 2 islands" This photo has 31 questions Has product tags

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Oh. I like the multi color decking benches and fire pit. neat idea More

Oh. I like the multi color decking benches and fire pit. neat idea More

I've noticed "container homes" are kinda trendy right now.  So, I thought this would be an appropriate pin for this board.[Shipping container dimensions]

I've noticed "container homes" are kinda trendy right now. So, I thought this would be an appropriate pin for this board.[Shipping container dimensions]

Sea Container Homes | Find out how to build, plan, design your own cargo container home http://howtobuildashippingcontainerhome.blogspot.co.nz/

Sea Container Homes | Find out how to build, plan, design your own cargo container home http://howtobuildashippingcontainerhome.blogspot.co.nz/

How to build your shipping container home

How to build your shipping container home

Seatrain The Seatrain Residence, by the Office of Mobile Design, employed shipping containers and reclaimed steel to yield a sum vastly greater than its parts. Masking the structure's modest means of construction, the firm created a picturesque and cost-effective 3,000-square-foot home in the Brewery District of Los Angeles

Seatrain The Seatrain Residence, by the Office of Mobile Design, employed shipping containers and reclaimed steel to yield a sum vastly greater than its parts. Masking the structure's modest means of construction, the firm created a picturesque and cost-effective 3,000-square-foot home in the Brewery District of Los Angeles