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Easy DIY Projects You Can finish This Weekend

 

 

  1. Storage Station with Gift Wrap

For gift-wrapping essentials, build an all-in-one organizing station. For a hang-anywhere gift-wrapping station, office accessories, clothes hangers, and basic hooks merge. To carry tissue paper, place a file folder on the wall, and collect gift tags on a hanging clipboard. To carry ribbons and twine, use a tiered pants hanger. To store wrapping paper horizontally, hang long wood dowels from hooks.

2. Better looking Storage Boxes

Turn plain baskets or bins with paint into pretty storage containers. Gather totes and a few matching shades of paint from around the house. Mark off a portion of the container with a painter’s tape to create a color-blocked look and paint the area below the tape. Before removing the tape, let the paint dry completely.

 

3. Storage for DIY Jewelry

 

A DIY jewelry organizer that doubles as a wall decoration for fashion. To create a border for the arrangement, hang an empty picture frame on the wall. Within the case, install hooks or decorative hardware knobs and use them to hang bracelets and collars.

 

4. Desk DIY

To convert any room into a home office, transform simple file cabinets into a DIY desk in a hue that suits your decor, paint file cabinets. To shape a desktop, space two cabinets a few feet apart and lay a wood plank on top.

 

5. DIY Job Wall Storage

 

Transform a blank wall with only a few add-ons into a workstation. To make an oversize pinboard, cover the top half of a wall with stick-on cork tiles. To delineate areas for various purposes, use colored tape. To make the storage wall full, install DIY picture ledges under the cork tiles and add a hanging rail system just below. To build a kid-friendly spot to draw, paint the lower half of the wall with chalkboard paint for a fun bonus.

 

 

6. DIY Bedside Storage

For DIY bedside storage, use a spare basket. Turn a woven basket on its side to form shelves and protect small pieces of wood inside. Mount the basket to construct a bedside storage unit on a wall near the bed (with the bottom facing the wall). A hole for charging devices, don’t forget.

 

7. Station for Storage

A bookcase with customized buckets for storage to keep entries clutter-free. Prime and to match your furniture, paint buckets. To make space for the buckets, change the bookcase racks. Using magnets to connect to-do lists and notes and safe name tags to buckets with a metal fastener. Craft .

 

8. Storage of Supply Craft 

A cleaning caddy is reused as an economical way to store pencils and pens. Paint a cleaning caddy or storage for flea markets. Find your favorite color, then fill it with a portable arts and crafts station with Mason jars. You are using hook-and-loop tape to wrap the remaining wallpaper scraps with ordinary paint or soup cans.

9. DIY Suitcase Storage

Repurpose a retired suitcase as storage for bar carts. On top of a moving cart, set up an open suitcase. To corral bottles, glassware, or shakers, use the interior. Store small tools in the lid pockets, such as a bottle opener, strainer, and stirring spoons.

 

10. Organizing Your Entrance

A fits-anywhere organizational station near the door to corral necessities. Place a split bin for organizing gear on the wall. For packs, caps, and jackets, add a few sturdy hooks. To arrange essential papers that you’ll need to grab before leaving the building, use smaller hooks to hang large binder clips. As a catchall for other objects, place a large bin or box below the installation.

11. The solution to Paper Storage

 

Transform a blank wall with only a few add-ons into a workstation. To make an oversize pinboard, cover the top half of a wall with stick-on cork tiles. To delineate areas for various purposes, use colored tape. To make the storage wall full, install DIY picture ledges under the cork tiles and add a hanging rail system just below. To build a kid-friendly spot to draw, paint the lower half of the wall with chalkboard paint for a fun bonus.

 

12 Hidden Storage

You are using a reversible table skirt to conceal unsightly storage. Measure your cabinet or table and cut a piece of fabric to match the sides you want to skirt around. Cut the fabric to its right length (the fabric should begin at the surface and reach the floor). If required, hem or finish the fabric. Apply the hook-and-loop tape to the side of the table and the top edge of the skirt, then fasten the skirt to the edge of your piece of furniture.

13. Living Room Storage 

 

Embellish an old buffet dining room or Chinese hutch with color and design. With a fresh coat of paint, restore a dated piece of wood furniture. Using leftover wallpaper scraps or cheap temporary wallpaper, line the piece’s back with a pretty design.

 

14 .Station for Family Charging

Keep track of chargers and electronic equipment with a family charging station that includes storage for different items. Choose a central position, such as the entrance or the kitchen, which is easily accessible. For every family member, assign one tray and tie a binder clip to one end. Plug the system chargers into a nearby socket or power strip and run the cords to hold them in place through each binder clip. 

15.DIY Storage Coffee Table

 

Create a coffee-table-style DIY flea market that is both decorative and functional. By attaching wooden crates to a plywood slab fitted with casters, you build this storage-filled table. Paint and distress the wood for a vintage look before it is mounted. Use it for games, books, or other media as a storage space.

16. DIY Storage Table

A bar-height table constructed from bookcases and a prefab wood or laminate countertop with built-in organization. For a 36-inch-tall table, use a 2-inch-thick countertop and 34-inch bookcases. 

 

17.Stacked Bath Storage

Easy wood crates come together to make bathroom storage fabulous. Reinforce stapled slats with screws on wood crates. Paint the crates as desired or finish them. Stack the crates together with screws and attach them.

 

18.Kitchen Catchall

A shoe organizer that fits just as well in the pantry or kitchen. On top of your pantry door, add three screws and suspend a clear shoe bag from the ribbon hangers. Mark each pocket with a colored tag and store tools and supplies for kitchens.

 

19. DIY Storage Shelf

An old ladder expands the storage room and adds the charm of antique. Provide a ladder with a new coat of paint. On each rung, install old vent grates and screw them into place. Show houseplants and store your favorite reads with the DIY ladder bookcase.

 

20. Unit for Mobile Shoe Storage

You can configure an easy-to-spot shoe storage unit to roll over anywhere. In clear containers, hold pairs of shoes together and position them on shelves with wheels that are easy to attach. Mark the containers with the contents and use the seasons to exchange shoes.

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