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DIY Farmhouse Pantry

In giving my kitchen a makeover, I created this pantry in an unused wall space. 1x8 lumber, an old wooden screen door, thrift store canister jars, and my own custom labels all came together in this cute, organized space. Check out the blog post for more details and pictures.
A closer look....
These jars are the Golden Harvest Canister jars. They are pretty common finds at thrift stores and garage sales but they're also available on eBay. I spray painted the mismatched lids Krylon Pistachio to create a cohesive look. The labels were custom made on printable vinyl and cut using a Cameo. They could just as easily be made without a Cameo. Just use the printable vinyl and choose a more simple shape and cut with scissors. The printable vinyl is available at expressionsvinyl.com.
A before and after comparison...
I'm in the process of updating all my orange pine woodwork. My go-to color is BM Swiss Coffee.
I hope you'll pop on over to the blog and take a look around.

To see more: http://oldewindmillfarm.blogspot.com/2015/08/farmhouse-kitchen-phase-2-diy-pantry-w.html

Ask the creator about this project

  • Hannah V
    Hannah V Brooklyn, NY
    on Aug 10, 2015

    Lovely! Those labels are great.

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