At the beginning of a new year, I always find myself purging, re-organizing, and scheming up new storage solutions. As I share at Infarrantly Creative, I was instantly inspired when I came across this idea from Better, Homes, and Gardens for building a cabinet door organizer. I love that it utilizes space that is often […Read More]
With Christmas over, I can’t help but have toy storage on the mind! Yesterday I shared a bin organizer inspired by IKEA, and today I’m back with another storage solution for your little ones and all their STUFF. Honestly, these wall bins Jaime from That’s My Letter are so versatile they could easily function in […Read More]
Cara from Build It Craft It Love It was in need of book storage for her son’s teeny tiny bedroom. She found the perfect design in wood and wire hanging baskets from PB Teen but needed to modify the size to better fit her limited wall space. Cara says, “This project is so simple and […Read More]
Christina from Sweet Pea’s Kitchen says her hubs got “bitten with the woodworking bug” when they moved from an apartment to a house and created a garage workshop. Of course, Christina was happy to offer a list of items she wanted built for their new home, including this Land of Nod inspired toy box with […Read More]
Kristen from Lipstick and Sawdust got a call from her church’s youth pastor requesting a storage solution for rec room supplies. She got right to work, scouring the internet for ideas and stumbling upon a wood and wire basket rack from PB Teen. Kristen easily recreated it only 45 minutes by attaching wire baskets to […Read More]
Kelli at Lolly Jane created a set of eight numbered wood crates for storage in her craft room. These started as unfinished wood crates that you’ve likely seen at Joann’s, but with stain and stenciling, they look much pricier! The storage possibilities with these are endless. I love how Kelli styled them here in the bathroom to hold towels, and as she points out, you can even add casters to make them mobile.
You may remember the DIY potting bench I shared a few weeks ago that marked Susan from Between Naps on the Porch’s debut in the world of woodworking. Well, Susan is back with another build – a cubby organizer that she built for her office following plans from Ana White. Susan encountered a few bumps along the way and shares everything she learned for those of you who want to build your own. With a savings of over $100 from the Pottery Barn inspiration, Susan says she can “see why this building stuff is so addictive!”