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Photo: Frederic Choisel; Designer: Tony Cooper, Splinter Furniture Design

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Designer Tony Cooper turned a wall at the gable end of this small Craftsman-style bungalow into a built-in unit that meets all the homeowners' storage needs. The 10-foot-wide, 10-foot tall, and 2-foot deep structure is divided into two equal sections: A desk and bookshelves are on the right; a television cabinet rests over a storage cabinet on the left. Four down-lit mirrored display niches across the top of the unit mimic nearby windows and visually expand the space.

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