Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Unlikely Shelves

Everything has got to go somewhere, which is why I started using unlikely objects as shelves. Two examples are offered below.

A rusted old toy typewriter serves as a wall shelf for a couple of my pimped-out eyeglasses.

A weathered vintage children's chair, hooked over two nails on the wall, serves as a catch-all shelf.

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