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Getting organized is a perennially popular topic for home DIYers. Everyone wants to make optimal use of the space in their homes, and simply knowing where to find something when you need it saves frustration and time in our busy lives. Intelligently designed storage is the answer, and custom built-ins are often the most efficient and attractive ways to achieve storage goals. This Stanley-branded book includes step-by-step projects for every room in the house, from the mudroom to the attic. After introductory chapters on tools and materials and frequently used techniques, Built-Ins and Storage presents 17 great projects for kitchens, living rooms, and other rooms throughout the house. Each room chapter begins with a brief discussion of considerations for storage in that type of room, followed by step-by-step projects with exploded illustrations and photos.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9781561587001
ISBN-10: 1561587001
Format: Paperback
(277mm x 217mm x 10mm)
Pages: 156
Imprint: Taunton Press Inc
Publisher: Taunton Press Inc
Publish Date: 28-May-2005
Country of Publication: United States

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