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    old wooden spool made into bookshelf eclectic kids by Julie Ranee Photography

  • Les B

    An Old Wooden Electrical Spool Repurposed Into Book Shelving.

  • Tara Wagner

    home library, book nook, bookshelves, rustic crates circular

  • Megan Dotson

    old wooden electrical spool = DIY book shelf. Good idea for cheap!

  • Crystal Knabeschuh

    love this books shelf made out of an old electrical wire spool. Could be for a kid's room

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