Would you believe you could make a glitzy gold desk organizer just like one from Anthropologie for only $3? That what Katie at View from the Fridge did! She scrounged up a glass jar and a couple of tins from around the house and Goodwill, glued them to a piece of scrap wood, let it [...Read More]
I have said before that I love hidden storage, and it’s a double whammy if it’s cute to boot! Check out these wooden storage trays Tasha from Designer Trapped in a Lawyer’s Body made from unfinished wood boxes from Michael’s. This is a great way to organize office supplies, and I love the idea of adding dividers to corral smaller items like paper clips, push pins, and the like.
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!
As most of us are probably aware, creativity is often accompanied by a mess. Lucy from Craftberry Bush decided to bring some of her creative clutter under control by making Anthropologie-inspired coiled cups to hold her art supplies. Lucy wrapped yarn around cording to create a long strand with alternating colors and then hot glued it around tin cans. Aren’t these so pretty? Who would think a pencil holder would ever add this much interest to a space?!?
When Pamela from PB&J Stories purchased a new sawhorse desk with no storage, she had to get creative about finding a new home for all her papers. Using an old trunk, she did an easy transformation to turn it into a beautiful piece of functional furniture with hidden storage. The inside of the trunk now [...Read More]