Hope you all had a great weekend! I spent the weekend at the lake with a couple of my favorite friends and it was mar-vel-ous! Huge thanks to my hubby for staying home with the kids so I could get away!
I’m inching across the finish line in the playroom and am so excited about my latest project! When we first moved into this house 3 years ago, we put a bunch of random things into the playroom built-in cabinets, intending to organize it at some point when we got settled. Well, that some point apparently never came, because here’s what it looked like until last week.
Scary, right?! Even with the doors closed, you could tell there was chaos lurking behind the frosted glass…
I finally got up the gusto to get a handle on the crazy and emptied it all out. I purged A TON and only kept what we really use and need. Ready to see what it looks like now?
Way, way, waaaaay, better!
As you can see, I moved the shelf up to accommodate inexpensive square storage bins that I picked up at Target. I used the square bins to store paints, Play-Doh, household tools (our garage is detached, so we keep a small set of tools in the house for easy access), and household items like batteries and the pencil sharpener.
I labeled the bins with chalkboard labels that I found in the Target dollar spot. Aren’t they cute?! A total steal!
On the top shelf, I reused some plastic storage bins I had on hand to store our user manuals, my acrylic and oil paints, and my craft paints.
To keep the clear bins from looking messy, I slid a piece of cute scrapbook paper in the front, then popped on the lid. I finished off the bins with chalkboard labels.
So much neater! I love how the turquoise bins pick up the turquoise accents around the room!
Gotta love a good before and after!
Next time you see the playroom on the blog, it will be for the grand reveal! Hooray!