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385 Responses

  1. cucumberHOH says:

    I like all the bookshelves. C has the color/books, B has the boyish elements, A is soooo funky. C is my answer.

  2. Dara says:

    My answer is A.

  3. L Joe says:

    I go with A. It puts life in the space!

  4. Deborah says:

    I pick C.

  5. TRISTA HEVEY says:

    C- BRINGS in the red tones and is Funky.

  6. kathy goldberg says:

    going with C, the pop of red against the walls, and matching w/ the basket liners…

  7. Kathy says:

    C, no need to stack books! Kids just put them up there for an auto-stack!

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