Get Organized with Budget-Friendly Crate Storage Shelves
We’re 2 gals who feel like there is no such thing as being too organized. It’s simply not possible. And we truly believe that the best way to be organized & STAY ORGANIZED, is to give everything a designated spot to call “home.” Today’s project can help do just that!
When the WGN-TV show Weekend Workbench asked us to come up with a simple organization home hack, we immediately thought of using crates for some seriously easy storage. We had seen wood crates & binder clips used for various DIY projects around the internet (like here by one of our fav bloggers). So we thought we should give it a go and see if it really is as easy as it looks.Spoiler Alert: It truly is as easy as clipping crates together. Legit like 2-minute project.Before we get to the goods (aka us all awkward on-camera), we need to gush about how freakin’ awesome this project is.
Personalized to Fit Your Space
First of all, you can use a variation of this shelving unit to fit any space in your home. Make it wider, taller, bigger…it’s so customizable. We styled it as if it would be used in a mudroom or in a nice garage. But we think it would be an awesome fit for just about any space!
Customize the Design and Function
Finally, you can customize this crate storage to fit the decor of your home. Stain the wood crates, paint them, spray paint the binder clips a fun color…make it reflect your home and your personality! We kept everything in its natural condition because there simply isn’t enough “TV time” to paint, stain, or spray paint the supplies. But if we were going to do this project again, we would definitely add some color.
Okay, so we made you wait long enough. Here’s the how-to video tutorial. We hope you enjoy!
If you have an awkward space in your home that’s in desperate need of some organization, this just might be the perfect solution for you!
I’m Casey Finn, the voice behind The DIY Playbook. I’m married to Finn & mom to Rory and Ellis. Together we’re creating our dream home in Chicago, one DIY project at a time.