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|Display Name:||Chuck Kane|
Not being a movie nerd, I just went the case route, although we jazzed it up a little - my wife got all Martha Stewart on them and put nice fabrics and tassles and whatnot over the boring black covers. Bonus: it makes it easy to tell the software from the DVD's, etc.
Apartment Therapy Chicago | How To: Clear The DVD Clutter
|7/1/08 1:26 PM|
Check out www.4myearth.com.au. Soon to be available in the US. The plastic lining is fused right to the fabric, and these are machine washable and more durable. Bonus: the plastic lining is supposedly biodegradable, so you don't have to feel guilty if your kids accidentally toss it out.
Apartment Therapy Re-Nest | Wrap-N-Mat
|5/20/08 7:22 PM|
Regarding all those DVD's - having them on demand on digital storage is the ultimate, but if you're keeping the disks, you can easily cut down on the storage space required. I took all of my DVD's and software discs, and placed them in those cheap zippered cases. I don't need to look at the cases they came in to be able to enjoy them, and it cuts down on shelf space exponentially. (It also cuts down on lost software media) We put the original boxes in storage for a couple of months before finally tossing them because they're so unnecessary. My wife even covered the cases in nice fabrics so that they look better than the standard issue black nylon. A little "Real Simple" perhaps, but highly effective.
Apartment Therapy Unplugged | Tech Tour: Max's Tech Heavy Renovation
|5/20/08 7:18 PM|