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AppleToTheCore.me

I'm a total Apple addict, as you might tell.

My Ever-Growing Apple Collection

Since I plan on picking up some more laptops to beef up my collection, I figured I’m going to need some more space.

I always though this wall was under-utilized. It could use a shelf or two.

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If I put a shelf above the 24 x 36 frames, I can showcase some of my boxes there. That will free up some space on the shelves by the window.

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That, in turn, will free up some space for me to move all the hardware over on these shelves.

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I can then fill up those shelves with laptops and keep all the computers together.

I ran to Home Depot and picked up an 8 foot shelf. I had to move the frames down 9 inches in order to make room for some of the bigger boxes. I wanted to leave a 15” clearance in case I decide in the future to put the iBook and PowerBook boxes up there.

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I moved all the iPods, iPhones, Newtons, etc over to the shelves by the window and spread out the iPod boxes along the top.

hardware closeup

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Now that the misc hardware has been moved over, I can fit all my laptops on the shelves above the Macs. There’s even a little room for a few more. I can even stack them on top of each other if I have to.

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And here’s a little panorama I stitched together….

Panorama