home office with hobby room and music storage
Photo: Brian Bookwalter
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DIY Determination

First Buddy hung shelves on the existing drywall to hold his equipment, then coped a frame around the room's moldings. To make the panels in the 9-foot-high wall light enough to move, he used four hollow-core doors that he jury-rigged to open as bifolds. He covered the wall frame with veneer and added trim and moldings to the frame and doors, and finished by faux-painting everything to match the room's hardwood floors. "I love that my instruments are easy to get to but if the doorbell rings I can close it all out of sight,' says Buddy.
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