DIY Bulk Bin Toy Storage

DIY Furniture Pottery Barn Kids inspired bulk bins

I am a storage hoarder. I simply love storage, and when you’ve got kids, you simply can’t have enough. Jamison of Rogue Engineer says he needed to get a handle on the toy situation in his playroom. He turned to Pottery Barn Kids for inspiration and walked away ready to tackle his own bulk bins. [...Read More]

Laundry Drying Rack for Under $20

DIY Home Ideas Pottery Barn inspired laundry drying rack

Julie at Sawdust Girl has been blessed with a man who loves to do some laundry – and is quite good at it too! So it wasn’t too odd that Julie built him a drying rack as a gift. Julie actually had bit the bullet and ordered a $100 rack from Pottery Barn, but after [...Read More]

Simple Wire Scarf Hanger

scarf hanger

I’ve heard it said that a scarf is a woman’s ultimate accessory. Why not turn those pretties into accessories for your home as well with this scarf hanger tutorial from Caitlin of Merrythought. Caitlin shares at Poppytalk how to bend wire with pliers to form this simple, yet lovely scarf hanger that’s embellished with a [...Read More]

Dice Storage Ottoman Makeover

dice storage cube

Morena of Morena’s Corner shares at Crafts Unleashed how she refabbed a thrift store storage cube with a fun dice design. Morena used chalk paint, so there was no need for sanding or priming. She simply painted the wood cube and then glued on wood circles. I can’t think of a more perfect place to [...Read More]

Tame Paper Clutter with Linen Pin Boards

diy linen message boards

Kris from Driven by Décor had been eyeing Restoration Hardware’s linen pin boards and knew they’d be the answer to her organizing dreams. However, RH’s boards hardly fit her budget or her kitchen wall and its awkwardly placed light switch. Kris turned to DIY and made her own trio of boards using barn wood frames, corkboard, and fabric. They are perfect for taming coupons, invitations, magazine clippings, and all the other papers that like to clutter counters and desks!

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Teen Calendar and Command Center

diy command center calendar

Cassie from Hi Sugarplum wanted to create a command center to help her son keep track of his increasingly busy schedule and social life. It wasn’t hard for Cassie to make a DIY version that came in far cheaper than PB Teen’s expensive tile board sets. Cassie says it was surprisingly simple to make and would also be great for a an entire family since the panels can easily be customized to fit your needs.

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Frame to Dry Erase Calendar

diy dry erase calendar

Over at The Knock-Off Crafter you can see how easy it is to repurpose a frame into a dry erase calendar. The crafty gal behind this project used editing software to create her calendar and then had it printed at Staples for an inexpensive yet quality print. That’s the most time consuming part, and guess what it’s already been done for you. Booyah! From there it only takes minutes to pop it into your frame and get yourself organized.

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Simple Toy Box with Safety Lid

diy toy box

With the help of Ana White’s plans, Jaime from That’s My Letter built this simple, modern toy box with inset sides and a personalized lid. And let me just say this baby covers all the bases when it comes to safety with a child safe closure that holds its position and a cut-out in front so no little fingers get pinched!  The lumber and hardware cost less than half of the retail price, making this DIY version a beautiful and budget-friendly option.

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