Adore this Door for Kitchen Storage

Simply Vintageous old door

Over at Simply Vintageous, Suzan really has a thing for old doors.  She loves turning them into new, fun decor for her home.  Her latest vintage door project found it’s new home in her kitchen.

Simply Vintageous old door

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Using an Old Box to Organize in the Kitchen

Adirondack Girl keurig box before

Diana blogs at Adirondack Girl.  One day she was eyeing the cardboard box that her Keurig coffee mixes come in, and thought, “There must be something clever I can do with this box.”

Adirondack Girl keurig box before

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Reclaimed Wood for Kitchen Organization

It's Overflowing reclaimed wood before

Over at It’s Overflowing, Aimee shares a quick organization project that started with a pile of wood.  “This reclaimed wood sitting on a neighbor’s curb on trash day was screaming rescue me!” she says.

It's Overflowing reclaimed wood before

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Old Door Kitchen Organizer

CRAFT door organizer before

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

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Repurposing a CD Box

Pondered Primed Perfected cd box before

At Pondered Primed Perfected, Sherry had this plain, wooden CD box that had been sitting around her house for a while.  It wasn’t getting much use as a CD holder anymore, so she decided it was time to give it a new job.

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Table Kitchen Cart

Aimee from It’s Overflowing snatched up this old table from the side of the road while on her way to church one Sunday morning. Based on the way the paint was chipping and flying off with the slightest breeze, the table definitely seemed like it had weathered the elements. The worn table’s future became clear {…Read More…}