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Old 08-30-2009, 07:01 PM   #1
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Hi there,newbie again!
We're going to re-do the hanging closet to more reflect our needs;that is,shelves instead of hangers.To that end,we're also going to use boxes to hold foodstuffs,recycling,etc,so I've been looking and(surprise!)IKEA has the ideal box.Look up STALIS(with a little circle over the "A").At 2.50(a lid is a buck extra),not a bad deal at all.
So,hope that helps some of you...
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Old 08-30-2009, 08:56 PM   #2
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Thanks for the tip Rick! I've added a link to it: Snalis bin

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Old 09-02-2009, 01:07 AM   #3
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Hi there,newbie again!
We're going to re-do the hanging closet to more reflect our needs;that is,shelves instead of hangers.To that end,we're also going to use boxes to hold foodstuffs,recycling,etc,so I've been looking and(surprise!)IKEA has the ideal box.Look up STALIS(with a little circle over the "A").At 2.50(a lid is a buck extra),not a bad deal at all.
So,hope that helps some of you...


Hi - I hung this in my closet, with the fabric drawers. It is very lightweight and usefull.

From IKEA also...
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nice idea Dawn... I can't wait till our first Ikea open here in Winnipeg. We've been waiting and lobbying for years
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I also hung the fabric storage in our Casita. Because we do different types of egg-ing, sometimes campers, sometimes glampers. When camping, we take more tee's, shorts, sweatshirts etc that can be folded for space savings. When glamping we may have dress clothes that need to be hung, so permanent storage shelves etc would have cut down on hanging room. So if were glamping then I can easily pull out the hanging storage and pack it away for future use. I purchased mine at Ross's but have seen them at Wallie World, Target.

Last trip, camping I had the hanging storage pretty full and was worried it would be on the floor after traveling. Nope, it has great velcro/hook and loop attachment.
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I purchased metal shelving at the local hardware store and cut it to fit. I had lots of leftovers so I used it to made shelves between the rear overhead cabinet and the closet & kitchen cabinets.


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I used cardboard in the bottom to make it flat and keep my clothes from getting little dents in them from the metal shelving.
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nice idea Dawn... I can't wait till our first Ikea open here in Winnipeg. We've been waiting and lobbying for years

No doubt! It seems crazy that we have two out here in Vancouver when you have none in the peg! As an ex pegger, I am personally troubled by this!



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