When I am doing a room in my own house I am only allowed to use what I already have. I enjoy redecorating the room for sure, but the challenge of pulling all the elements and supplies from the bottomless basement or from another room is like a life-size puzzle. I LOVE PUZZLES. My 13 year old daughter’s room needed a makeover. Her budding interests and complete obsession with earrings, Pez dispensers, little monsters and being able to dance in her room were the main obstacles. So, I went digging. I found the wood in the garage and cut it to size using a table saw so they shelves were uniform length . I created 3 boxes using discarded drawers I found for the sides. I bored holes through the boxes so they could be staggered on the wall to utilize the most space. The boxes vary in height because I wanted to work in some pez and monster storage. Glue, clamped, painted and nailed, I threaded aluminum camping poles through and mounted the whole piece on the wall. (those camping poles were loved by my family, obviously I had to keep them for 20 years and use them) I wired green lamp, graciously given to me by a friend right through the pole to save space, and added the 5 light (also graciously given to me by a friend at least 10 years ago.) The desk is a half of bi-fold door mounted on the wall with a camp pole leg for support. I addressed most of her issues, she loves it and has plenty of room to dance. Oh and now I have more room in the bottomless pit to fill YAY!