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Built-in Spice Rack

Do you have an extra wall or tucked away space that is overlooked! Maximize your space with a spice rack or dish rack built into the side of cabinet! This project is so much easier than it looks and costs under $35 to make!
You can see the post with easy tips on how to create this project over at my blog, Thistlewood Farms.
Time: 2 Hours Cost: $25.00 Difficulty: Medium

To see more: http://www.thistlewoodfarms.com/built-in-spice-rack

Ask the creator about this project

  • Karen - The Graphics Fairy
    Karen - The Graphics Fairy Columbia, MD
    on Jan 7, 2013

    Such a clever idea!! And stylish too!

  • Miriam I
    Miriam I Bay Shore, NY
    on Jan 7, 2013

    Brilliant! I love it.

  • 3popps
    on Jan 8, 2013

    Looks great, and a great idea. I might try to make one of these inside one of my cabinets. My only nitpick with this exposed spice rack is that spices last longer in the fridge or cabinet, when they aren't out degrading in the light.

    • Mark Hopple
      Mark Hopple Harrison, NJ
      on Jun 5, 2014

      @ try colored bottles or just spray paint the outside and put lables ..

  • FunkyJunk Interiors - Donna
    FunkyJunk Interiors - Donna Canada
    on Jan 8, 2013

    Brilliant AND gorgeous! I have to hide my spices... they're in exactly 87 different kinds of jars... eek!

    • Jan 3 Boll
      Jan 3 Boll Muskegon, MI
      on Jun 11, 2014

      @FunkyJunk Interiors - Donna Check out flea markets or thrift shops and get a bunch of similar bottles. Make labels (perhaps with a drawing of the spice/leaf on it) and print the name of the item to put in the jar. Put the rack(s) on the inside of your cupboard or pantry. Write down all the spices/etc that you have alphabetically using similar bottles for each rack section. (NOTE: I don't like using celery leaves as is so I save and dry the leaves when I buy celery - you could also dry regular celery in very thin strips - put them in a blender and blend until powder. Sometimes you can BUY celery powder at health food stores but not often.

  • Denyse @ Glitter Glue and Paint
    Denyse @ Glitter Glue and Paint Charlotte, NC
    on Jan 8, 2013

    Fantastic idea! This is a great space saver. I love those spice jars.

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