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Homemade Bookshelf

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by Emma Elwin on 5 October, 2017

Making house is both trilling and exhausting, but this past month we’ve gotten so much done! This homemade bookshelf is new, for one. I can’t wait to finish panting it so we can fill it with treasures and books. Next up is fixing our tiny hallway. Figuring out how to fit all our coats and Dylan’s stuff in there is like solving a Rubik’s cube…


2 Comments

julia: jag gillar verkligen när du visar bilder från ert hus! kan du inte skriva lite om hur ni har gått till väga när ni har inrett (med vintage?) och till exempel hur ni gjorde den fina bokhyllan. hur ni tänker kring färger, material osv. jag blir jätteintresserad av hur huset också ser ut, hur gammalt det är och så<3 tack fö en fin plats på internet/mvh intresserad arkitekt
October 7, 2017

Heidi: Love it! Any possibility of sharing how you guys did it??
October 5, 2017

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