I have 26 of these blocks wrapped in plastic. They would look great wrapped in a fabric to match your room. I used them to separate wood (old doors, half doors, 2 x 6, etc) to make shelves for art supplies in our basement.
The blocks are 18" high and 12"w x 12"d. They are lightweight but they really are a great alternative to concrete blocks as I have used in the past. I have twenty-six and need them gone asap. They can be used to make 18" separations (stored scrapbook paper). For my sewing table, I used one up at 18" and one on its side at 12", making my table 30"high, perfect for my sewing machine. They can be used singularly at 12" or put two together for a 24" separation. They can be cut in half, too, probably best with an electric knife. I bet it would be a mess so do outside only. Wrap them in Press-n-Seal or fabric. We never have enough shelf space for pantry food, paper products, crafts, books, photo albums, toys, etc. Take what you can use. Must be gone by Wednesday. I really do not want them taken to a landfill. (Yes, take as many as you can use, no need to take them all.)
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