Turn Baskets Into Open Shelves


If you are looking for a novel method of open storage you can use baskets mounted on the wall in lieu of shelves.
When redesigning my guest bathroom I riginally I wanted to use little wooden crates on the wall as shelves, but I couldn't find any. Instead I found small sisal baskets for under $5 at a discount store. Using simple mounting brackets, I was able to secure them to wall well enough to support a fairly heavy load. Now I have little displays for jars of cotton swabs and soaps. Plus a place to store extra towels and other supplies.
The complete step by step tutorial can be found here: http://www.thekimsixfix.com/2012/05/turning-baskets-into-shelves.html
FOR THE FULL INSTRUCTIONS VIST: http://www.thekimsixfix.com/2012/05/turning-baskets-into-shelves.html

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  • Jean Hubbs
    on Sep 25, 2016

    Love this clever idea. I love the paint color too. What did you use for the wainscot?

  • Fourmana63
    on Jul 5, 2017

    I love this for my small "water closet". Separate from my bath.shower area.

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