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  • Debra Rohden

    Hidden Passage Doorways- Replace a closet door with a bookcase door. Awesome because then you have a secret room.

  • Erica Fordyce

    Replace a closet door with a bookshelf door. - SUCH a cool idea! I do somewhat wonder how the hinges would hold up to the weight of actually having the bookshelves full, but hopefully it IS functional.

  • Maison May

    Replace a closet door with a bookcase door. LOVE this idea! I could really use more bookshelves!

  • Jennifer Anthony

    Replace a closet door with a bookcase door. Awesome because then you have a secret room. Closet wall all book shelves and add shelves to closet door while turning closet into a treasure/reading nook.

  • Diane Andal

    What a cool idea! Replace a closet door with a bookcase door. Awesome because then you have a secret room.

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