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Here is a simple tutorial for get a bookcase into a new life avoiding throw it into the trash... enjoy it...reuse, reduce, recycle :)Aqui dejo un tutorial con ...
It looked like that... a bookcase not useful at home... but...Se veia asi... un librero no util en casa... pero...My blog
the doors are made of pine wood with no treatment and with two windows with glass; each settled with hidden hinges, like those that are used in the ...
Start to painting with vinilic paint, the quantity of it depends of the necessities, i used about 1lt. Don't forget to protect the floor and other things close ...
Continue painting all the bookcase until you finish, then let it dry about 15 minutes. Give it a second hand for a better finished. You can try more ...
Now the bookcase looks more like a cupboard where you can keep the groceries and other stuff like little tools or even craft tools and fabrics.Ahora el librero ...
Like an option, you can sew or buy a pair of curtains with the length and width that agrees with the size of the doors windows. Then settled ...
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