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    • Angela Anderson

      Love the hidden storage idea .. if I ever have a house with stairs. hmm.

    • Noemi Diaz

      Under Stair Storage System/organizer. (if only the basement stairs weren't directly under the main stairs, this would work in my house.) lol

    • Michelle Meloon

      what a great idea for hidden storage - around the house http://pnnd.co/pin2-1604

    • Rebecca Comstock

      Great idea to create extra storage space. If we ever have a house with stairs.

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