Put down tape to get the layout you want and cut dividers out of poly cutting boards.
Purchase the Lazy Susan hardware and screw in hooks for hanging utensils.
Don’t mix up the flour or sugar by putting vinyl letters on jars in your kitchen.
Measure boards to the desired size, and prime the bead board before attaching it.
Take an unused picture frame and cut a peg board to size.
Measure the height and depth of your refrigerator and drill holes into each hole of the shelf.
Remove eggs from containers and place in mixing bowls to eliminate crowding and place sauces and dressings on shelves.
Empty out the bottom and put up a tension rod to hang up spray bottles.
Install wire shelves for categorizing your goods and paint the walls a refreshing white.
Purchase $4 racks from IKEA and install on the side of a cabinet.
Fill the holes of the board with wall anchors and paint over with chalk paint.
Paint over wooden boards and use Iron Grip Adhesive to connect the boards together.
Sand the entire cabinet and use an X-acto knife to cut the stencil into wax paper.