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Thread: IKEA/Varde Counter Storage Unit

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    Super Member peaceandjoy's Avatar
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    IKEA/Varde Counter Storage Unit

    I have coveted the Varde Counter Storage Unit from IKEA since someone, possibly here, posted pictures of one in their quilting room.

    If you have this unit, can you tell me the inside dimensions of the drawers? I've looked @ IKEA's website, but they only provide overall dimensions of the unit. Currently, I am trying to make some decisions on furniture for the area in our family room where I sew - and part of my decision will be made on what I can actually store in this unit.

    Thank you for any assistance you can give!

    Peace and Joy,
    Robin

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    Did you try sending them email to ask. Or go to the thread with the picture and maybe ask if she'll measure for you.

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    Don't know if this is the unit you're talking about but this is the one I have. I absolutely love it. The drawers are 13" wide, 20 1/4" long and 3 3/4" deep.
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    KSdot: I had a serious moment of quilting room envy when I saw your pic. The table looks very comfy for cutting and I love (LOVE!!) how you have organized your kits and rulers. Even given them labels, too cute LOL!

    What a cozy and productive space your room must be. Wish I lived in Kansas!
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    WOW!! I am also green with envy. Love the RULERS and the quilt ladies~

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    Wow, I love your quilting area!

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    Thanks for all the nice comments. I wish you could all come over and play in my room. I've had some good times with my quilty buddies.

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    I think it is time for a group trip to Kansas!

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    ksdot, I love your wall hanging! What a fun quilt!
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    Oh my goodness, I want!

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