Need a cover for high shelves

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The *real* correct answer is to ask her why she's spending so much time in a utility room, staring at shelves.
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She must have a good view of the utility room from the kitchen. *ducks*
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Fabric store. Curtains are easy.
Cindy Hamilton
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wrote:

Buy her some pretty boxes.
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Cheap'n'Dirty(tm) solution : buy 10x12 blue plastic tarp, large screw- eyes in ceiling, run clothesline thru grommets in tarp, attach clothesline to screw-eyes at each end. Ugly but functional. Material cost probably less than $20. Now if aesthetics is an issue..... which it very well could be with SWMBO involved, forget I even mentioned it.
Jerry
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Make the boxes more "architectural" looking with a roller and whatever leftover house paint you can spare. Hopefully, you'll still have some paint left from the laundry room, and the boxes will be perfectly camouflaged.
That, or turn off the light.
That, or live with it. Utility rooms aren't meant to be beautiful.
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jtpr wrote:

Opaque shower curtains. Couple bucks each at WalMart. Shower curtains are only six feet, so you'll probably construct overlapping layers.
I had to use shower curtains for a couple of windows where the regular 60" curtains wouldn't work.
Before you dismiss the idea as double-goofy, go look at what's available.
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