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    using the empty space between studs plus shelf adds depth.

    Tucked between wall studs and just below the eaves, a beadboard-lined, trimmed-out cubby provides a perfect spot for extra towels in a diminutive powder room. | Photo: Wendell T. Webber |

    Between the studs, in wall storage!

    Take a couple of book shelves, and add some rods in between the two of them for an instant closet..

    Revamp your bathroom mirror: just add the frames and a shelf.

    Put a shelf over a window and use the shelf brackets to hold a curtain rod- genius and beautiful AND gives a completely finished off look

    I'm glad I'm not the only one who gets tired of unstacking all my pans to get to the 9x13s. Love this!

    Removing drywall and putting in a handy storage shelf.

    Built-in shelving for the bathroom. Good idea for our small shelf outside the bathroom

    I spy an 1) Eat These Things Poster, 2) Tiny Birch House, 3) Golden Scales Tumbler, 4) Strawberry Shortcake Print, 5) Terracotta Plate, and more goodies! Come check them out at

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    Shelves between the studs Add doors? for bathroom

    In-wall, between stud storage for small bathroom items. Because no one likes to see them. BRILLIANT.

    Instead of a headboard, put up a shelf.

    Designers say painting interiors doors black ~ add a richness & warmth to your home despite color scheme. Here your can see the difference. Hmmmm... Pondering. It certainly would keep them clean. I despise dirty white doors. *

    Only cost $120 to make!! Love it! Want to make this for the space beside my front door

    bookshelf hung horizontally above bed with attached this!

    Genius! Uses that dead space in the closet and keeps it really easily accessible... MUST DO!

    small bathroom storage/decor idea - the niches in the wall

    Bathroom Shelf ~ DIY from Wooden Pallet

    We're doing this to our cabinets. Not too excited about cutting crown BUT it's going to be awesome. Also: We'll add a 1/2 round molding to the seam between the 1/4 and the cabinet.