Updating built in storage cabinets

01-Feb-2021 09:07

You can find it for sale at Finnish Design Shop, which specializes in decor and housewares of Scandinavian origin.If you’re looking for a different twist on the traditional magazine basket, try this two-tier approach that keeps floor space free.This bathroom storage hack comes from Glamour, so the buckets in question are actually some pretty pastel IKEA FINTORP utensil holders.Once you’ve acquired those, just knot an all-purpose clothesline on the sides so there’s about eight inches between each bucket.This ultramodern wall-mount magazine rack from Minus Tio, which uses steel wire to suggest a city skyline, comes in six different colors.

If you’ve been hanging on to any old doorknobs, candlesticks, bottle caps, or tissue boxes, now’s the time to bust them out.

Double-knot the clothesline when you get to the last bucket and cut off the excess portion.

Then, hang the finished bathroom storage solution from a simple hook on your wall or door, and toss in your hair straightener, hairspray, makeup brushes, hair brushes, and other beauty supplies.

DIY blogger Ashley Turner, along with her sister Whitney Gainer, posts at Shanty-2about sprucing up bargain-store finds and creating new treasures from scratch.

Turner built this unique magazine rack from wood panels, lengths of sisal rope and spray paint (using chalkboard paint for the numbered rectangles). Home decor company Umbra makes this clever steel rack — the Illuzine — that gives the illusion that your reading material is floating in space.

If you’ve been hanging on to any old doorknobs, candlesticks, bottle caps, or tissue boxes, now’s the time to bust them out.Double-knot the clothesline when you get to the last bucket and cut off the excess portion.Then, hang the finished bathroom storage solution from a simple hook on your wall or door, and toss in your hair straightener, hairspray, makeup brushes, hair brushes, and other beauty supplies.DIY blogger Ashley Turner, along with her sister Whitney Gainer, posts at Shanty-2about sprucing up bargain-store finds and creating new treasures from scratch.Turner built this unique magazine rack from wood panels, lengths of sisal rope and spray paint (using chalkboard paint for the numbered rectangles). Home decor company Umbra makes this clever steel rack — the Illuzine — that gives the illusion that your reading material is floating in space.It’s essentially a vertical wood plank with aluminum slots, but you also get to customize this one with brightly colored duct tape.