i have the exact same etagere which, though hard to believe, i dust daily.
NORMA: Try using the “crevice tool” of a handheld vacuum.
and advice for the homemaker? what can't we learn here at infomaniac!!?
Well, it's good to see that it's being furnished with organic, flexible and attractive fittings.Now, I just need to climb up to get a book off the top shelf...
MR. DeVICE: I can see an Infomaniac Public Service Announcement coming, regarding ladder safety.
Watch you don't fall and impale yourself Mr. DeVice.
I see you're going for a minimalist decor, for that organic & bare look. Let's hope that the shelves are tough enough to handle the needs of the library patrons. I've a feeling that Braille reading classes are about to become very popular in the library.
EROS: There is a Braille edition of Infomaniac available for those who enjoy the “hands-on” experience.
I believe Mj, there is,also a matching sideboard and coffee table. Looks lovely so far.........
The bedside wot-not is a sight to behold. Jx
The second shelf down has an interesting book end situation going on.Sx
Did it require one of those little IKEA wrenches to assemble?
No, LX. I hear to takes just a few good quick hard screws.
Surely, anything higher would have to meet stringent code stipulations regarding screwing to fixtures?
I love what you've done with the place. No more of those tatty little Truman Capote bibelot shelves.
BITCHES: New post up for Sunday showing the latest developments in the Infomaniac Reading Room.