If there's one thing in the house that I would like to fix with a little work of art, that's my pantry area! I am a person who hates clutter and I am a big fan of jars and almost all storage containers. Whenever I have a free time, I used to DIY some storage bins or containers out of recycable materials. If not, I would normally visit dollar stores or thrift shops for some cute jars made of different materials.
We had the chance to do a "little make over" in our pantry area. We don't have a large space so we are only limited to installing open shelves just enough to hold some canned goods, snacks, baking and some gourmet ingredients. Normally, when you want to improve a large space, you would have no limits as regards to your creativity, but challenge begins when you have a very limited space.
I have measured the area and requested our handyman to maximize all space available. Open shelvings would be good for this small space, so that's what we did, however we've managed to have 2 additional shelves with doors at the bottom of the cabinet. That's good enough for storing additional grocery items like sauces and dips that normally come in large bottles or containers.
I really love this chalkboard art which we've personally made. It's good to have artistic kids who could help me out with all the art works.
This is my humble project which we are able to pull off with just minimal expenses. I really love DIY projects, not only it could make your home uniquely presented, you could also save a lot on unnecessary expenses.
I heart DIY!