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I did the best I could to get decent photos. It sort of looks like chaos, but I took my pieces apart to give you an idea of what I put together. I wish to thank my lovely assistant, Murphy, for adding some super cuteness to the photo session. Murphy is a Flame Solid Lynx Ragdoll. He is 3 years old, and always up in my business
Above is the 5 drawer unit I used as the base ($27.95). It can easily accommodate a large palette.
Above is the base in the background, the 3 drawer case on the left ($24.75) that I put on top of the base, and the Large 2 drawer with lid on the right ($26.75) that is on the top. The top drawer slides out as well. The drawer on the unit with the lid is “deeper” than the other 2, so it holds my taller/bulkier items.
The drawers slide in and out smoothly. You can pull them out all the way and they don’t flip over. The acrylic is still bright and clear with no crackling. Apparently crackling is a common problem with acrylic, and the expensive units I looked at before guaranteed no crackling, hence the high price tag. I initially started with the 5 drawer base and 2 drawer with lid. Added the middle piece about a year later. The bottoms of each unit have secure rubber “feet” that allow you to stack securely. They do not wobble or slide, so no worries there.
I love my Mujis! I think they were a great buy, and I use them every day.
Thanks for reading! kxoxo