storage. Friday , December 09th , 2016 - 12:36:39 PM
Frankly speaking, putting the records up on display is perhaps the only way we love to 'store' them. Of course, it'll be difficult to keep them all on a wall-mounted showcase. In such cases, keep only a handful of records on the showcase and store the others in labeled boxes.
Step 3: Form a framework for the board--follow the mark on the wall, and mount a horizontal strip of wood on it using wood screws. Force the screws into the studs to provide support and install the other strips, including the vertical strips across the central region to create the framework supporting the pegboard.
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.
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