It’s projects like these that make me so glad I conquered my fear of building and mastered the use of power tools. You know… projects that allow you to replicate a $179 wall cubby from a high end store for absolutely nothing. That’s right – $0! And the best part is that Jen from The […Read More]
Katie of The Casual Craftlete had Pottery Barn’s Cubby Organizer saved to her Pinterest boards for months, but there was no way she would pay the $209 price tag. When she saw an outdated wood cubby at a auction, Katie bid $5 on it – and WON! Woot woot! She knew with a little elbow […Read More]
Brit from House Updated just finished converting a corner of her basement into a playroom. Storage was a must, so Brit combined a couple of different storage systems, including an Expedit-like unit she had on hand and a couple of kitchen cupboards from Ikea, to make her own Pottery Barn-esque storage system. She says, “This way I got all the extra storage and could customize it too! I fancied it up with painted fabric bins and colorful chalkboard labels and now the kids know exactly where to put their stuff. I love organization that looks good too!”
Michelle from Chalkboard Blue built this cubby system inspired by a hotel front desk organizer that is perfect for storage and display. The original inspiration came from a cubby organizer from Pottery Barn, but Michelle put her own spin on the design. This is so cute for the holidays. I love how Michelle used the cubbies as an advent this past Christmas!
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!