False Bottom Drawer Compartment
Lately, I have been faced with the never ending task of finding places to hide things. For those of you that are unfamiliar with my situation, I have an autistic child. This means that I must be as vigilant as I would be with a toddler when it comes to child proofing the house. As I am sure you know, with little ones it is important to keep certain items (medication, tools, candy) in a safe and out of reach location. There is also a need to hide private items, such as documents, petty cash, etc. (Keep Reading!)
Well, I promised to show my knife drawer, and I have finally gotten around to finishing it up. I decided to make the drawer a combo knife, cutting board drawer. So, I hope that everyone enjoys this easy how to. (Keep Reading!)
Utensil Drawer Organizer
Hello viewers! I’m very excited to announce today that I will be featured on Remodelaholic, or better yet, my article on the Utensil Drawer Organizer Tutorial will be featured! (Keep Reading)
Efforts to get my kitchen completely organized is starting to payoff. I just love to open these drawers and see everything looking so beautiful and orderly. I have finally created a low budget but high quality drawer system. Today, I am providing the details for this dish drawer organizer. (….Keep Reading!)
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So, I needed a thread shelf to hang on my new wall storage system, and I have seen a few similar to this one floating around on the web.
From Sugar Bee Crafts
Like this one found at Sugar Bee Crafts,
From The Creative Homemaker
or this one found at The Creative Homemaker. I like how she added the bobbin nails. I may do that later.
However, none were exactly what I wanted. So,off to the hardware store to pick up some supplies and get started on one customized to my requirements. (Note: as of this photo I still haven’t moved all of my thread supply to the case. But I will get around to it eventually). (….Keep Reading)
Not your typical slat wall
Lately, I have been on a quest to get my entire house organized. If you are a frequent visitor here, then you have probably seen my Utensil Drawer project. (If not, I recommend reading that article next). 🙂 Anyway, I have been really wanting to add a slat wall to my craft/sewing room, but I wasn’t satisfied with any that I had seen. They were either way too expensive, or I was worried about not being able to find the accessories that I would need. Plus, I just knew that if I installed one, the manufacturer would discontinue that line, and I would be left searching for no longer available pieces. So, like so many other things, I just decided to make one myself. (…..Keep Reading)
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Do you prefer everything to be neatly organized? Well, I do too. So, I have been on a quest to get every inch of my kitchen organized. I have very deep drawers on both sides of my cooktop, so this is the best place to store all of the cooking utensils. However, I hate shuffling around through drawers, searching for a spatula or a spoon. I needed a solution, and I knew just what I wanted.
How to create this deep drawer utensil organizer
I saw something similar to this once during a kitchen showroom tour. I knew that I would recreate what I saw at some point. You’ll be surprised at how easy it was! (…..Keep Reading)