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  • Staci Charlton

    Find old bookshelves at garage sales. Take an old bookshelf, bead board on the back, and add a piece of molding...paint it the color you prefer and you have a new, updated bookshelf.

  • Jamie Diehl

    Take an old bookshelf, put wainscoating on the back, and add a piece of molding...paint it the color you prefer and you have a new, updated bookshelf. Also great kid room decor ideas

  • Donna Moore

    Take an old (or new $15 from WalMart) bookshelf, put bead board on the back, and add a piece of molding...paint it the color you prefer and you have a new, updated bookshelf. Great for a kid's room. I also like the monogram on the wall.

  • Kathleen Villeneuve

    Love this for kids' rooms: Take an old bookshelf, put wainscoating on the back and add a piece of molding. Paint it the color you prefer and you have a new, updated bookshelf.

  • Lani Allbaugh

    Take an old bookshelf, bead board on the back, and add a piece of molding...paint it the color you prefer and you have a new, updated bookshelf. I love beadboard!

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