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Revamped Armoires for Small-Space Storage

Start with a basic armoire, unfinished or just outdated. Rethink its purpose and storage potential, then give it a new look with paint, wallpaper, or stencils, and you've got a stylish focal point for your room.
  • Kim Corriher

    Great idea for a kids' craft area or even a desk for kids to study at.

  • Lisa Lanterman

    family and kids room | Great desk for kids room or family room - close the doors and it all ...

  • Elizabeth Spence

    Art-Smart Space A designated play space keeps kids' crafts and toys in one main location. Low drawers and bin-lined shelves store toys at kid-level, while the top shelf is reserved for board games. A built-in desktop provides plenty of creative space for projects or homework. The chalkboard and bulletin boards inside the doors are perfect for doodling or displaying artwork kids room

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Revamped Armoires for Small-Space Storage: Start with a basic armoire, unfinished or just outdated by Allison Maze. Craft Supply & Demand: Revamp an armoire with wallpaper and ribbon trim. Adhere rectangles of wallpaper to the front of an armoire with decoupage medium. Trim the rectangles with ribbon to finish the look. Inside, this cabinet is ready for some serious crafting. Magnetic boards are attached to the inside of the doors, and pegboard covers the back.

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