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In order to make this idea work, you don't necessarily have to own the suitcases beforehand. Go online to find a good deal on the suitcases, and purchase as many as you think you may require. Once you have them, place all the CDs and DVDs in them, and label them properly. Find a place to put the suitcases on display, and see how it becomes a unique decorative (and storage) item in your house.
If you have an unused showcase or cubby unit, stack the records side by side in it. And if you're worrying about concealing the open showcase, cover it with a clean, flat sheet or choose to install short curtains. On the other hand, if there is enough space, you can even store the albums in wicker baskets with lids and then place them inside the unit.
Wood: Those made from hardboard (a material made up of highly compressed wooden fibers) are popular, and a relatively cheaper option. However, they retain moisture and are not a good choice for heavy equipment. Wood-based composites like particle boards or medium-density fiber boards are also commonly used. Composite fiber boards are a better option and long-lasting, but too much of weight can damage them.
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