Make classy catch-alls for your bathroom countertop by painting plastic covered baskets.
Give any room a touch of old school style, literally, with the look of vintage locker bins.
Turn cheap plastic buckets into authentic looking galvanized pails using spray paint.
Create your own under sink organizer by grabbing a few plastic bins and stacking them up.
Dollar Store baskets are the best way to store canned foods in your pantry!
Upgrade a few buckets with spray paint and numbers, and use them to highlight porch plants.
Shop your Dollar Store to find containers that can nest in a large bucket for this caddy.
Give your whole pantry a new, neat look, using an armful of baskets and some handy labels.
Add custom metal tags to your baskets to make them look designer-fabulous in a flash.
Instead of folding that clothing pile again, split the closet in parts with baskets.
Spray the paint over the wire basket and coat with a sealer. (Katie & Jon
Take the cleaning caddies from K-Mart and attach a chalkboard sign.
Bend into desired form and then cut with wire cutters.
Spray paint and attach baskets onto an ironing board.
Fill the basket with greenery and insert a battery operated light.
Spray paint and use construction adhesive to attach the rollers.
Secure twine to basket with hot glue and wrap around.
Spray paint a distressed gray and attach a wire to hang.
Poke holes into plastic, lay at bottom of basket, and pour in soil.
Separate white paper from the napkin part, add glue, and press with sponge.
Paint in the crevices of the basket with chalky paint, then stain.
Measure the basket, cut, and sew each corner.
Attach cardboard tag, label, and fill in your books.
Drill in 2 hooks, connect twine, and wrap around basket.
Take a wicker basket and measure out canvas dropcloth, then punch holes in it.