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The August Recap

If I didn’t have this blog, I’m not sure I’d remember any of the things that happen in my life, and the stuff that makes it in the blog is just the half of it. 1,030 more words

              

s6387 PETER WAALS (1870 – 1937) A fine and important solid, faded rosewood, bookcase of two glazed doors over a pair of panelled doors, adjustable shelves, chamfered stiles and glazing bars, with ebony and holly inlay, with exposed dovetails to the arched plinth, panelled and dowel construction to the back, dowel construction to the doors, attributed to Peter Waals and his workshop, circa 1920, 200cm (79in) high, 103cm (40.5in) max width at plinth, 49cm (19in) max depth, 25.5cm (10in) internal bookshelf depth to the top section. 15 more words

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The Church That Changed Architecture

Plans for DIY Bookshelves
The mission home furnishings originated several ago in a little mission church in California. The church was a humble frame structure and the chairs made for it were of the simplest, straight line construction possible. 10 more words

DIY

How I Organize My Bookshelves

There’s a bunch of ways people organize their bookshelves. Some do it by color, some by author, some by series or genre. I find that it can be relaxing and kind of fun to organize your shelves. 313 more words

Reading

The Church That Changed Architecture

Plans for DIY Bookshelves
The mission home furnishings originated several ago in a little mission church in California. The church was a humble frame structure and the chairs made for it were of the simplest, straight line construction possible. 10 more words

DIY