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!!
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.
The final days of the 30 Projects in 30 Days challenge really snuck up on me. Fortunately, my month of September miraculously lasted 35 days! All 30 projects I set out to complete have now been checked off the list.
I don’t know why (in my head, anyway) I had to leave our master bathroom untouched until a full renovation made its way to the top of the project list. A shocking 8.5 years went by before I realized this was a really stupid idea that was just preventing us from enjoying the space we have. For week 3 of the #30projectsin30days challenge, I focused my attention on giving this sorry excuse for a master bathroom a long-overdue facelift.