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Easy DIY Pantry Organization

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Updated April 04, 2017
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Easy DIY Pantry Organization
Easy DIY Pantry Organization
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You won't have to dig for snacks once you try this Easy DIY Pantry Organization project! You will save a lot of time and money by seeing what is in store with these DIY storage crates. They are easily accessible and a great way to make your pantry space efficient no matter the size. They are simple to make and once you start rolling them into your pantry, you are going to want to make quite a few more for some playroom organizing ideas, basement ideas, even bedroom storage!

Estimated Cost$11-$20

Time to CompleteWeekend project

Primary TechniqueWood Crafts

Easy

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A wonderful idea for the kids' art playroom. I can easily organize their toys, crayons, paper pads and pens with these DIY cabinets.It's also helpful that it can be pulled easily because if the rolls. These cabinets can also be repainted and decorated by the kids.

I need something to put at the bottom of my pantry, and this looks just right. What a wonderful way to use that space in your pantry and make it something cute in the meantime. I am not exactly handy when it comes to building, but I am going to have a try at this. I like that you can make the height you need and paint it any color you want.

Great idea for organizing any cluttered area in your home! You could easily organize a closet or your garage with some of these rolling storage crates. I have seen similar crates for sale at home improvement stores, so if you aren't able to build them yourself, surely you can screw in some screws to add casters to the ones you might buy. But if you can make them and have some scrap wood, you'll save some money and then can customize the size to fit the things you need to store as well as the area where the storage is needed. I would use these in the garage to store the kid's outdoor toys and make some that are a bit taller to store my scrap wood. Very versatile!

Great idea! I wish I had done this when I had a walk -in pantry! I was forever digging around trying to find stuff and this really solves the problem. Would work great in any closet as well, and I love the wheels idea because you could even roll it to a work area if needed or applicable! Thanks for sharing!

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