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From: Barbara P-W (bdpw10) DelphiPlus Member Icon7/8/12 9:22 AM 
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 69640.1 
For those of you who have wall mounted storage in your studio, what do you use? Other than having shelves installed individually, I was wondering if there are any types of wall pieces that are useful for or maybe even repurposed for studio storage? When I move in a couple of months I'm going to have my own studio, but it's a little smaller than I would like and the wall space is at a premium. I was thinking about getting wall mounted dvd or cd storage because it's about 8 inches deep and I think I could fit smaller supplies in there that might otherwise get "lost" on bigger shelves. But that's just one idea. I'd love to hear others! Thanks!

Barbara  
XO Candles & Clay
My Etsy Shop
 
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From: T-Roo (tkaylen) Posted by host7/12/12 5:57 PM 
To: Barbara P-W (bdpw10) DelphiPlus Member Icon  (2 of 3) 
 69640.2 in reply to 69640.1 
I used a standards and brackets system with wood planks for the shelves in my studio. LOVE IT !!! You can adjust the height of each shelf according to your preferences and what you are storing.

Tonja Lenderman
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From: Barbara P-W (bdpw10) DelphiPlus Member Icon7/12/12 6:00 PM 
To: T-Roo (tkaylen)  (3 of 3) 
 69640.3 in reply to 69640.2 
Yes, I was thinking about just have regular shelves installed. Not sure what I'm going to do yet, probably have to move into the space and see how what I already have fits before I know. Thanks.

Barbara  
XO Candles & Clay
My Etsy Shop
 

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