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MARTHA STEWART LIVING KIDS CRAFT DRYING RACK

Avoid Spills with Kids' Art Storage Racks Keep art projects tidy and organized with our Martha Stewart Living™ Kids Craft Space Art Storage with Drying Racks. Four pull-out drying racks keep your child's art safe while it dries. A lower tray catches any drips. Above, two drawers will hold anything from art supplies to finished paintings. Two drawers. Four drying racks. Includes drip tray.
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Lingles2441
Location:Louisiana
Age:Over 70
Gender:female
I have owned this product for:a month
Great value, great design, one thing missing!
Date:October 16, 2015
" I purchased this cabinet not for kids, but as a base for my oversize printer and storage for the paper it uses (up to 17 x 25 inches). I'd been searching for so-called "flat files," for storing oversized paper but always found that the cost was too much, the pieces were too big, and/or the appearance was unattractive. The Martha Stewart Craft Collection (adult) has a flat file, but it's higher and wider than this one: too big for my needs. The kids’ version is ideal for my space, and the shelves are a perfect size for the papers. I substituted more modern drawer pulls for the knobs that came with the cabinet, and it looks quite contemporary and blends beautifully with my other white office furniture. The instructions are long (pieces are labeled "A" all the way to "Z"!), but they are very clear. I had no trouble assembling it, except for one caveat: the instructions failed to explain how to separate the drawer gliders, which is next to impossible if you don't know the trick. After some searching, I found these instructions in the ones for the Martha Stewart Flat File Cabinet (No. BF2462) in the Martha Stewart Collection Craft Collection furniture (adult, not kids'). Go to "Details," click on "See Assembly Instructions" at the bottom of the box, then go to page 5 in the PDF document. This page should have been included in the instructions for this cabinet. "
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