Clever Storage Ideas That I love!
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Where did you find the storage wall insert for bathroom supplies? I have searched everywhere and can’t find one! Love the idea and all the others on your page!
Thanks for sharing!
Kim i just saw the idea on Pinterest, if I remember right, but it would be a pretty simple diy project (if you like projects!)!
These are just Brilliant.. ! Thnaks
Looking at the picture of the storage bins on casters; did you make those or post a picture from Martha Stewart? I love the idea and am in need of creating a storage bench for our newly remodeled mudroom. The only steel galvanized utility bins I can find are 12x11x17. I was hoping to find something larger, and this picture looks like it could possibly be just that.
Any ideas on where to source these bins?
Whos got the strength to lift a tote way up there ?
Most ideas need to be adapted to the user. If something is to heavy for you, or too high, as they are for me, frequently used items go on a shelf near the floor and infrequently used items higher up in small baskets. Then I use a step stool with a grab bar to teach things safely.