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Thank you all,  I guess during my editing the post got posted, and now that I am finished I see that not all of the rest of my work is here.  There maybe some edits if you looked at this previously.



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I'm jealous. I would totally do something (on a smaller scale) except that my basement WILL require underpinning to get finished. Considering I spent 8 months trying to get quotes for that with a number of contractors just ignoring me, the odds of that happening are pretty minimal.

It turned out great too.  I know how satisfying it is when all that hard work is finished and you get to enjoy the results.

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You know, I have boxes full of blistered minis. Never occurred to me to throw up some racks to hang them on.


Thinking about it now, thanks!

Pegboard from your local hardware store and 4" pegboard display hooks. 

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Must have dragons out of boxes so they help dominate room!!!


Great room, your wife is a keeper!!!

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I don't see your wife in any of the pictures of the game group.  Was she taking the pictures or did she do all that work despite NOT being part of the game group?  If so, BEST WIFE EVER!!!

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