Monday, January 8, 2018

Adaptive Reuse

A chemically neutral museum board box with reinforced metal corners has become a solid little workhorse in my storage inventory. Careful reading of the specs on the vendor's website led me to conclude that one will do for protecting textiles as well its original intended contents, photographic prints.

I use a 16x20 for a baby quilt. The 8.5x11 version moves easily from bookshelf to drawer, from scrap file to holder of awkward electronic accessories. The box is so solidly constructed it is more furniture than stationery -30-

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