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    I just renovated my basement, and I made a card and memorabilia room! It's pretty small, cramped under my stairs, but STILL! It's a pretty good size since I dont' have a huge collection anyway. I put in shelves, and a cupborad, and it's pretty sweet.

    What kind of rooms does anyone else have for their collectibles?

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    Under my bed, in my closet, in my chest and on a little shelf by my bed. I have some stuff boxed in the garage that I would rather have on display but don't have any room whatsoever.

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    Yea, basically under my bed, and my bedroom closet. I have a closet downstairs all to myself too. When I have my own house, I'll have a "trophy rooom" with all of my trophies from my younger days, autographed memorabilia and 2 walk-in closets for my cards-I hope....;)

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    Since I'm about to move out for good in like a week, my parents are going to take over my room and make it a computer/card room. I guess my mother is sick of seeing cards everywhere!

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    Yeah, that's why I had to do what I did. My mom kept nagging me about the cards all over the house, so I decided I'd just build my own room. It's small, but still pretty cool.

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    My wife and I decided that I get the basement when we buy a house next year and I will be turning iti into a Sports memorabilia bar type atmosphere with my best cards and memorabilia on display

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    Thats pretty sweet Heartattaq. You gotta make sure you buy some of those Ottawa Senators bar stools with the logo on the seat. Only problem is they'll set you back about $75 each.One of my dads buddies has a Red Wings bar in his basement.Everything is Red Wings related from the red carpeting with the Hockeytown logo, to the shot glasses and ashtrays.

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