A couple of days ago, I ran across this UH-mazing shoe organizer on Remodelaholic. If you have multiple people living in your house, you know that shoes can present quite the organizational hazard without the proper storage. Sara of Sincerely Sara D was thrilled when she came across a vintage mail sorter at an antique […Read More]
Restoration Hardware’s entryway lockers had Meesh from imeeshu swooning for months. She had designed a full-on building plan before realizing she could pull it off without risking sawing off a finger. Meesh redirected her efforts and found a bookshelf she could repurpose with the addition of a few boards and chalk paint. Meesh says, “A […Read More]
I am loving this idea for making an Anthropologie-inspired wall cubby organizer from Kelly at Brit + Co. Kelly combined wire baskets, an over-the-door hook rack, and a piece of wood to make her entryway organizer. With a new school year approaching, I can’t help but see this as the perfect little area for organizing […Read More]
Since moving into her home, Ashley from Shanty 2 Chic has been haunted by an awkward empty space above her fridge that needed something. While the lack of cabinets might have left most people with underutilized wall space, Ashley exercised her DIY prowess and built a cubby shelf with plans by Ana White. Kitchen, bathroom, playroom, crafting space… I cannot think of a room that couldn’t use a shelf like this!
Lookie lookie what Jaime from That’s My Letter built for a friend! Yes, a friend! I know you are all wanting to buddy up with Jaime right now because that girl can seriously build. Jaime modified plans from Ana White to create two entryway storage units to wing both sides of the front door. The […Read More]
Most of you are familiar with (and absolutely LOVE) the work of Ana White from Knock Off Wood. Well, she recently shared an awesome project for helping manage the kid clutter. This numbered cubby shelf is perfect for stashing school supplies, toys, video games, and the list goes on… Its uses definitely extend beyond children’s […Read More]
Susan from Homeroad found a segmented wood box on the side of the road that was practically begging to be turned into a wall cubby unit. It only took Susan some distressing and fabric backing to turn this dump-bound castoff into an eye catching wall display. Susan was inspired by the Cubby Organizer with Natural […Read More]