Dollar Tree Bins Turned Industrial Farmhouse Storage

Happy 2017! I'm so excited to be kicking off my Dollar Store DIY series with these awesome Dollar Tree bins. As soon as I saw them at Dollar Tree I knew they would be perfect for creating industrial farmhouse storage. I had all of the supplies on hand making these little bins less than $3.00 to make!
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I started with two sets of mini drawers from Dollar Tree.
(I only found these bins at one out of three Dollar Tree stores that I visited, so if you don't find them at one store I suggest checking another local store)
I pulled out the drawers, lightly sanded the frames, sprayed a few light coats of ORB spray paint on the frames, then attached the tags, pulls and stained wood sides.
The end result was a gorgeous set of industrial farmhouse storage drawers perfect for sitting on a desk to store office supplies.
Creating a beautiful and organized home can be expensive, but it doesn't have to be. Keep an open mind, get a little creative and you can create a beautiful home without spending a fortune. For more thrifty decorating tips and ideas head over to my blog, Little House of Four.
Creating a beautiful and organized home can be expensive, but it doesn't have to be. Keep an open mind, get a little creative and you can have a beautiful home without spending a fortune.
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  • Catherine
    Catherine
    on Apr 18, 2019

    How can make a clothes hamber in the wall to put clothes in Togo down celler

    • Leanne
      Leanne
      on Nov 18, 2020

      One idea- when I purchased my house years ago I was pleasantly surprised that behind one vanity door in the bathroom, there was a hole in the floor where I could throw my clothes down into a bin. I love it. If you have little kids you could just put a child safety lock on it. You don’t need a thick walk for this, however I would also be cautious regarding any wiring or pipes that may be in the floor where you want it.

  • Maggie Smith Evansen
    Maggie Smith Evansen
    on Dec 1, 2019

    Where did you buy the tag things where you insert the drawer labels ?

    • Shannon Cila
      Shannon Cila
      on Jan 29, 2020

      Yes I'm wondering about the label holders & button things, too. Did they all come together from a craft supply in the same color?

  • Willow runningwater
    Willow runningwater
    on May 9, 2020

    Where to get the hardwear?

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  • Em
    Em
    on Dec 3, 2020

    Looks SO much better.

  • Fran
    Fran
    on Mar 11, 2021

    Didn’t really understand what you did here, there’s no list of supplies and you said something about wood sides, but I don’t see any wood, so I’m totally confused on what you did here.

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