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This year I was given the go-ahead to do some creative reworking of our teen space, and it’s been pretty fun. One of the best decisions I made was ordering a bunch of these <a href=”https://www.pbteen.com/products/strum-wall-organizer/?pkey=call-new-dorm&isx=0.1.18772″ target=”_blank” rel=”noopener noreferrer”>Umbra Strum Wall Organizers</a> (FYI: I’m not being paid for this recommendation).
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We’ve been wanting to order a slat wall endcaps for this area, but <em><strong>daaaaaang</strong></em> are they expensive! My solution was much cheaper, slimmer, and can move if we ever need them to. Plus they just look <em>fabulous</em> and help define the Young Adult section.
I do plan on adding a fifth bracket to that shorter bookcase on the right – I just ran out of time and I was too excited to share this solution with y’all. I can be cute like that. And I also plan on sharing with y’all more of the changes that I’m making in this area once they’re done. Again, I could have waited to share everything at once, but see the aforementioned statement on my cuteness.
<em>(or is it…?)
(probably not because sometimes my cuteness verges on adorableness)</em>