creating a system that allows you to see everything with a quick glance, use the food you have so it doesn’t go bad, and that you can easily maintain is the most important quality in a pantry. In Week 6 of the One Room Challenge, I’m sharing tips to help you create your own system for an organized pantry that works for you.
In Week 4 of my $75 One Room Challenge, I finally pulled out my wallet to purchase supplies and materials. I spent nearly all my budget this week, but it went a long way in making a difference in the room. The floor and light fixture both got a makeover that brought them into this century!
Week three of the one room challenge saw another free change in the form of paint. The ceiling, walls, and trim all got a few coats of paint, and combined with the painted vanity and hardware, the room is starting to come together!!
During September’s 30 Projects in 30 Days, I checked so many items off of the ever-expanding to-do list – 30, to be precise, in case you were wondering – but that barely put a dent in it. So I’m going to continue whittling it down, tackling one thing at a time and sharing my progress on the blog on (most) Tuesdays.
I’m back this week with progress in our blank slate of a powder room. My goal for week 2 of the one room challenge was to paint the vanity cabinets and hardware, towel and toilet paper holders, and doorknobs. Today I’m sharing my (Free!) DIY vanity update.
With a little bit of paint and perseverance – and $75 – I’m tackling a long-overdue DIY powder room update! My goal is to completely transform our 1980s downstairs bathroom with a floor-to-ceiling makeover during this fall’s One Room Challenge.