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  • Sara Snarr

    Playroom storage bench, easy to access and easy to clean up! Maybe we should do this in the play room.

  • Anne Hilb

    Two tall bookshelves on their sides make great benches with built-in storage underneath.- window seat and toy storage

  • ♥ Debbie ♥

    A faux window seat using two tall bookshelves (4 u I'd use just one) on their sides make great benches with built-in storage underneath::: Play room! A better version for your room is in the kids room group with yellow cushion. But this shows it with bins used for storage.

  • Megan Lawrence

    Two tall bookshelves on their sides make great benches with built-in storage underneath. Great for kids room or kids toy room!

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