Old Door Kitchen Organizer

At C.R.A.F.T., Jamie and her husband have to think out of the box to create storage space that can go with them when they move out of their little rental.  Kitchen storage was especially hard to come by–made even more challenging since the walls of their apartment are cement, so drilling holes in the wall is out of the question.  The solution to Jamie’s kitchen storage problem came in the form of an old door purchased from Habitat for Humanity Re-Store for $5.

CRAFT door organizer before

I had no idea an old door could provide such fun and functional storage!  First, Jamie gave it a whimsical, sunny paint job.  Then, she created lots of places to hand kitchen tools on the door by adding Command hooks, magnetic strips, and wire shelving.  There’s even room for some sentimental needlework that actually pulls together all the colors of the various kitchen tools.  I’m totally blown away by this project!

CRAFT door organizer after

You can learn more about how Jamie turned this door into highly usable storage at C.R.A.F.T.

Comments

  1. Jamie says:

    Thank you so much for featuring my door organizer! It’s super handy!

  2. Gillian says:

    Well isn’t that just clever! A good option for bathrooms or bedrooms -jewellery, makeup, scarves on hooks or baskets…..hmmmmmmm

  3. Donna Woods says:

    OH! It doesn’t get any cuter or handier than this!

  4. Wonderful idea! I’m going to do this for my booth at the antique mall, but with a shabby, distressed finish. The shutter doors are so plentiful at our Ha itat for Humanity Re-Store here in Kansas. I love your blog. Thanks so much for all the time you take to provide us with such incredible inspiration!

    - Dez
    :)

  5. Oh, I love this! I’m a sucker for some shutters =)

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