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I recently made these shelves for my tiny art studio. I wanted something I could take with me to the many different spaces I'm sure to move in the future - easy to transport and modify.

These shelves are made completely out of three sheets of ply-wood. Because the pair of boxes are slightly different sizes they easily fit inside one another, making it super easy to move. I figure depending on the space I can stack them higher, lower, split to make two shelving units, or always add more longer pieces of wood for more room.

<p>Excellent work, this is a great idea for anyone with limited space. </p>
<p>Very nice! A lot of storage and display, but it packs up small for transport.</p>
<p>This is such a great idea!</p>
<p>maybe you could give us the finished dimensions???</p><p>Looks like you made 2 of each size except for the smallest where you made 3.</p><p>A drawing showing how you got the most out of your 3 sheets of plywood would be nice.</p>
<p>Did you sketch out the dimensions first? Or was it all &quot;by eye?&quot;</p><p>Very nice, but my 4 year old boy would topple the set and destroy them the first day though.</p>

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