storage. Sunday , May 28th , 2017 - 10:36:38 AM
Kill two birds with one stone by storing the records in a chest and using it as a coffee table or side unit in the living room. This way, you can flip through the records easily and can keep them concealed when the need is over.
Categorize your CDs and DVDs either alphabetically or chronologically. This way, you can easily find the right item at any given time, regardless of its location.
Ideal for keeping newspapers and magazines in the living room. They can even be used for keeping the TV remote, a flower vase, or even coasters, and act as a makeshift dining table when you have guests and are eating and drinking.
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