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Specialty Woodworking.
630-688-4157
5207 West 65th Street
Bedford Park, IL
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Truely custom built Closet systems. One of our principal owners is a licensed architect that will help to design and create your dream.
Licenses / Certifications
Licensed Architect with the State of Illinois.
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Published in design magazines and featured in home builder tours.
Years in Business
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7734861305
2440 W Diversey Ave
Chicago, IL

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Elite Home Builders
773-772-0800
2647 N. Western Ave. Suite 8033
Chicago, IL
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Home Remodeling

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Wolbrink Architects Chartered
7732767026
2018 W. Rice Street
Chicago, IL

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7733847500
2500 N. Pulaski
Chicago, IL

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3124329400
213 N. Morgan Street, #1D
Chicago, IL

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7732524924
2243 W. North Ave. #101
Chicago, IL

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Home Depot
(630) 771-1109
105 N Weber Rd
Bolingbrook, IL
 
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(877) 4-G-WERKS
79 W. Monroe Suite 900
Chicago, IL

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3126420619
676 N. Saint Clair St., Suite 1845
Chicago, IL

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Home Remodeling Tip: Setting Up a Home Library

Home Library

home remodeling articles and tips

topic: designing a home library
by Jami J. Rodgers

 

Set Up Your Home Library as a Study Area and Reading Room

If you are fortunate enough to have a home library, you should consider setting it up as a study area and reading room for you and your children. Having a designated space to read and study is invaluable.

 

Establish a Peaceful Atmosphere for Studying and Reading in a Home Library

By designating a space solely for the purpose of reading and studying, you will find that your work in these areas will be more focused and effective. Be sure your space has adequate seating.  A sturdy desk, or a table and chairs will provide you with ample room to work uninterrupted. Good lighting is also essential for establishing an environment conducive to studying. While overhead lights may seem practical, your study and reading area should also feature desk lamps so that you do not need to strain your eyes.

 

Don’t Forget to Consider Your Storage Needs for Your Home Library

An adequate study area is not just about a comfortable seat and good lighting. Do not forget to allow for areas to store your reading and study materials. You may want to have several shelving units if more than one individual will be using the area to keep things organized and readily accessible. With careful planning you can have a useful area to study and read that will give you plenty of rea...

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