After two years of struggling with storage space in our existing pantry, we moved the pantry renovation to the top of our "Never ending honey-do-list". We started out with a common
looking pantry with utility wire shelving hidden behind a set of bi-fold doors. But after a little "sweat equity" we transformed the pantry into a custom built-in with adjustable wooden shelves, drawer sliders, and the best part of all, all of the storage that we could ask for! (We're also working on a series of tutorials where we share the plans of how we built the cabinet. Here's the first set of plans: http://www.thediyvillage.com/2013/05/build-a...) #BeforeandAfter#DIY#kitchenpantry
If you've never used any of the products from the Kreg Tool Company, stop what your doing and head straight to the closest home improvement store! As we've been renovating our pantry and
building custom cabinets the Kreg Jig Jr has been invaluable! The Kreg jig system is designed to easily make super strong joints using pocket hole screws on just about any woodworking project. We'll take a look at how to use the tool and also offer introduce some other available accessories that Kreg makes that we find pretty useful!
If you follow theDIYvillage on Instagram or Facebook you have probably seen us working on our pantry! Our pantry had two normal bi-fold doors that left about 2' of space above the doors
unusable! I dont know about you but wasted pantry space is a no no! So we did what any normal couple would do and gutted it! Currently my kitchen table is serving as our pantry with hopes that we someday finish this project ...
I was lucky enough to find a gentleman on craigslist who was selling a whole slew of marquee letters. Some of them really needed some love, so we bought as many as we could and decided to give them a makeover.
I thought it would be fun to convert a monogrammed box I made not long ago into a Pop-up Photo Box. It was very easy to make. All you need is scrap book paper, glue, a small piece of ribbon, and the photos.