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On 01/22/2012 02:39 PM, Han wrote:
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Nice - I particularly like the bench/shoeshelf. Your own design?

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Nice - I particularly like the bench/shoeshelf. Your own design?


No, from a magazine, but I can't find the plan itself now. You want me to
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That looks like a lot of work. Well done!

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On 01/23/2012 10:48 AM, Han wrote:
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On 01/22/2012 02:39 PM, Han wrote:
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Nice - I particularly like the bench/shoeshelf. Your own design?


No, from a magazine, but I can't find the plan itself now. You want me to
keep looking?


No - I don't have a place to put it if I built it. We don't really have
an entry way in our home. Thanks for the offer though...

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I did think that this is one of those pieces of furniture that make all the
sense in the world.
A nice job and a very handy unit.
I just wish there were more room for shoes too.
A person needs a large tiled entrance area for boots, and rain gear, or
whatever for what season.
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