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Photography by Diane Waby

This is an example of a contemporary wardrobe in Other with open cabinets, white cabinets, carpet and beige floors. —  Houzz
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andy21266 wrote:14 Mar 2018
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    Hi Andy - not sure what type of screws, but one of the reasons I designed the shelves with the U shape was to allow long screws to be used around the shelves, both on the horizontal and vertical elements for extra support. They were incredibly strong shelves! Hope that helps, Caroline

andy21266 wrote:7 Mar 2018
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    bolthole design

    The shelves are fixed to the back board, and then the back board is hung onto the wall on battens.

veenard wrote:4 Jul 2016
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    bolthole design

    Hi Veena - thanks for your interest. It isn't actually a wallpaper, but a laminated board on the back wall, which the U shelves are screwed into. It is by Egger, and the colour is H1477 Green Grey Avola. Regards, Caroline

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using this clothes hanger in the corner for Frank's work shirts

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