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    • Monica Katzenell

      Idea: DIY pipe shelving unit + the old windows as shelves? How feasible is this project in a rental apt. I wonder...

    • Alexandra Deetjen

      What a GREAT idea for shelving!! make it a statement wall - and change up the actual shelving materials to give it more of a luxe feel. (Reminds me of All Saints' shelving ;) )... I LOVE these DIY pipe bookshelves - Brick House & Manhattan Nest both have good examples.

    • k b

      wall shelving unit

    • Sherry Stewart

      Love this industrial shelving unit!!

    • Tracii Andrews-Proud

      plumbing pipe and reclaimed wood shelving unit

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