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Boxes, cool for a sewing/craft or younger child's room if they didn't have locks and if you could make them not as tall for children

mailboxes inside- cute way to organize papers or use to put outgoing mail! - SO going to do this in the new place.

"If you want something you’ve never had, then you must be willing to do something you’ve never done." —Thomas Jefferson

Back wall of garage before enter the house? Simple built-ins to create a mudroom or storage anywhere from a kids room to a laundry room by adding shelves or a deeper bench for sitting. Or instead of custom, buy two thrify store bookcases and paint them, bolt them to your wall and add wainscotting between them. Then pick up a thift store bench and cut it to fit. Add the hooks and you're set.

Bathroom Cubbyholes made from five pieces of 3/4-inch-thick plywood. The top, bottom, and two sides are each 12 inches by 9 inches; the back is a 12-inch square. The top, bottom, and sides are mitered along the ends, glued together, and secured with 1 1/2-inch finishing nails. Glue on the back, and secure with more finishing nails. Sand, prime, and paint the wood. Screw the finished shelves right into the wall through the back (centering them on a stud), and cover the screws with paint.

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made from 2 IKEA cabinets and some trim, all painted - step-by-step

Mail Call Art deco mail boxes extend, seemingly to infinity, at the Hollywood branch of the Postal Service.

~ A Mailbox in the Village of Glocenza, Alto Adige, Italy ~

Limburg, Germany ~~~~This Post box or else " Postbriefkasten" ( I adore pronounching this word in German!) was found in the old city of Limburg and was originally yellow.