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Building a Closet Reading Nook: After

Who: Hoover B.
Where: Andover, MN

I wanted to make it sturdy so it not only has lag bolts into the studs, but also support under the middle. It worked out great, as I now have cubbies for baskets that hold extra books. The cushion was really hard for me, and involved a huge learning curve, as I had never worked with upholstery fabric before. The final product was worth all the work!

Who did the work: I did all the work myself.
Cost: $100-$500

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