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They come in a set of three (so that first photo shows two sets). Aren’t they neat?
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'D' for Decorating, Filing Cabinet
March 28, 2011
I love them! I just recommended them to a client for her yoga studio.
They were featured on catalog living: http://catalogliving.net/post/2977298624/testing-the-boundaries
Hee! I love that site.
Love those – they look great grouped together and separately.
Love them – quirky and fun!
hehe, I don’t like these at all. no offense. They look messy to me. You can keep em all for yourself :)
These shelves would look sweet in your new bathroom. Are they shallow enough?
No, I wish. They’re a pretty substantial size and much too deep for the bathroom wall.
I like the idea, that they’re different, that they don’t conform to the norm. But I dislike them for the same reason. I’m not OCD (okay maybe a bit) but while I think they would work well in some spaces, having them in my home would have me *itching* to straighten them.
Super fun! Perfect display space for my slice of fresh cantaloupe. (Huh?)
I do love the shelves, though!
I’ve been meaning to find a nice place to display my slice of cantaloupe.
Oh my gosh, I must be be much more up-tight than I thought, but these make me so anxious! The contents of the shelves are very pretty. But the shelves make me want to race over and rescue them, since they look on the verge of falling. Obviously I need to relax. Sigh.
I just ordered these! Can’t wait to find a place to put them.
Hee! I guess these really are love-‘em-or-hate-‘em shelves. They’re cute, but they kind of stress me out, especially the top picture. So funny.
How did you hang them? I have been experimenting with the templates for a month.
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