DIY Hidden Storage: Canned Food Storage Cabinet

It’s totally tiny but does a fine job suiting our needs…mostly… One problem I’ve run into with a small space is storage space. I’ve had to get a little creative and maximize the empty space hiding in the room since we’re lacking a pantry. However, our kitchen had about a 6” opening between our wall and the refrigerator. I decided I needed to utilize this hidden space and that’s exactly what I did!

Check out the full post for full instructions with a shopping list, wood list and full tutorial: [link]

From Classy Clutter


DIY Vintage Industrial Bar Stools

Kitchen bar stools don’t have to be boring. We acquired a set we knew we had to give new life to and were inspired by a set of Vintage Industrial stools we had seen at a store.

Full tutorial here.

From Jacque & Matt @


Under the Stairs Closet Turned Reading Nook

This reading nook makeover is full of fun DIY projects: stenciled book cases, pretend window boxes and chalk board windows, “READ” Dr. Seuss wall art, floating cube shelves, and IKEA canopy door awning.

Read entire post about this creative kids space here!


Vintage Kids Room

Does anyone know the capitol of Kentucky? Just in case you were wondering…..I have the answer. It’s on this vintage map in the upstairs hang out space….along with antique chairs and few enclopedias.

From Thistlewood Farms


Stenciled Washer & Dryer

Since I can’t afford a new fancy Washer & Dryer for my Laundry Room, instead I decided to give a little makeover to my old set using a stencil from Royal Design Studio.

I centered the thick plastic stencil on the front of my dryer and stuck it in place with some painter’s tape. I then used a little cabinet and trim roller to apply my paint. Finish it off with a coat of clear polyurethane and the makeover is complete!

From How to Nest for Less


Coffee Table Makeover (Without Paint!)

My mom made over her plain ol’ pine coffee table with steel wool. It’s way less messy and you don’t have to buy stain (or paint)! See more here.

From Jamie D.


DIY Marquee Letters

Create your own marquee letters using just foam board, poster board, paint, and a few lights. They would add a fun accent to your decor or party! Click for the tutorial.

From Amy


Dollar Store Toy Bookends

I made surprisingly realistic faux bronze animal head bookends with dollar store toys and acrylic photo frames. The bookends can also be left unpainted for a more juvenile look.

Find the tutorial here.

From Jessica Hill


DIY Map Coasters

Maps seem to be popping up in home decor more and more lately. I made these DIY coasters with some old maps from our time abroad and some materials from my craft stash! They were fast, cute, and best of all-free!

From Melissa - The Happier Homemaker


Super Space Geek Bedroom

My son is a geek-in-training who loves Star Wars, Doctor Who and Toy Story. I put all his favorite things together in this DIY’d space geek room.

From Jessica Hill