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Ever since I saw my friend’s old window hanging above her washer and dryer, I’ve wanted one for my very own. And it wasn’t until recently that I found one of my very own – for only $12!! (Check out Rooster Tails on Columbia Ave. in Franklin if you live near Nashville, Tennessee.) And now …

Decorating with old windows

Old window turned memo board ~ This is the best one I've seen.with shelves too! I love the versatility of chalkboard, magnet, and window panes. Now to find some old windows!

Hooker Furniture Studio 7H 80" Etagere Bookcase 80x30x14 $949

Inspired by public library stacks, this classic bookcase stands at over six feet tall. Its modern gold-hued metal frame is beautifully complemented by five rubberwood shelves with warm walnut veneers.

Pearl Bookcase in Walnut

The Modloft Pearl Bookcase is a striking modern bookcase for any room. Featuring four fixed hardwood shelves with ladder-style steel chrome supports, this elega

Aged Oak

RH's Whitby Medicine Cabinet:Solid oak and the gracious curve of a Georgian arch create architecturally inspired bathroom storage.

Brownstone Furniture Warren Bookcase - Matthew Izzo Home

Inspired by gliding library ladders, this innovative bookshelf features a stainless steel frame that rests firmly against a wall. Detailed with four reclaimed elm shelves and a sliding drawer,.

HEMNES Bookcase - gray-brown - IKEA - solid pine

HEMNES Bookcase - gray-brown - IKEA paint the outer parts White & leave interior wood (see houzz photo)

Industrial Empire Bookcase $329.00 Home Decorator Collection

Create your own private retreat with this Home Decorators Collection Industrial Mansard Black Open Bookcase.

custom bookcase

View this unique bookcase with a hidden drawer designed by Brian Grabski in Minneapolis, MN.

English Bamboo Revolving Bookcase – 19th century English chinoiserie bamboo revolving bookcase. Purchased in England. $1795

English Bamboo Revolving Bookcase: OKL via Heather Cook Antiques Oh My Dear. This is a winner. I would stuff it with mystery paperbacks and put on the screened porch, under the fan, in June! Truly a dear piece.