Display Power!

Simple and slim organizers used to make book displays on our library's endcaps (and hopefully walls, too)! | Hafuboti.com

This year I was given the go-ahead to do some creative reworking of our teen space, and it’s been pretty fun. One of the best decisions I made was ordering a bunch of these Umbra Strum Wall Organizers (FYI: I’m not being paid for this recommendation).

Simple and slim organizers used to make book displays on our library's endcaps (and hopefully walls, too)! | Hafuboti.com

We’ve been wanting to order a slat wall endcaps for this area, but daaaaaang are they expensive! My solution was much cheaper, slimmer,  and can move if we ever need them to. Plus they just look fabulous and help define the Young Adult section.

I do plan on adding a fifth bracket to that shorter bookcase on the right – I just ran out of time and I was too excited to share this solution with y’all. I can be cute like that. And I also plan on sharing with y’all more of the changes that I’m making in this area once they’re done. Again, I could have waited to share everything at once, but see the aforementioned statement on my cuteness.

THE END
(or is it…?)
(probably not because sometimes my cuteness verges on adorableness)

2 thoughts on “Display Power!

  1. How did you attach them? And are there removable? BTW, they look awesome, and something I might want to copy at my Library.

    • Ah! Great question I should have given then answer to in my post.

      They come with two screws that match the finish, along with two drywall securing things (totally the technical term for them). So yes, they’re removable, but you’ll need to fill some holes with wood filler or drywall spackle.

      Thank you so much for the compliment and for the questions! Let me know if I need to clarify my answers a bit more.

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