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I am not sure if this is good news or bad news for you- but we are in the last week of July. You know what that means?? School is just around the corner! Although I don’t have kiddos yet I always love walking the aisles at Target and getting inspired to organize my house. Part of that means getting restock easy and accessible (as well as cute!). I recently just designed my guest bedroom so I figured it was time to get the guest bedroom bathroom snazzy right?

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My very simple before…


-4 belts
-Wood plank
-Nails & hammer
-Screws & Drill

Start by connecting your belts in pairs and making sure you have two equal lengths (you may need to add a hole to achieve this). Make two big loops with both belts.

Next I measured the height of where I wanted my shelf to hang and marked with a pencil.

Then began to drill a hole through the belt to secure the loop.

Once I had my belt loops secured to the wall I wanted to secure the bottom loop with a nail or screw as well so things wouldn’t shift.

I slipped my wood in between the belts and was ready to organize!

I found a few metal tins from the thrift store for a dollar and drilled these into the wall for wash cloths storage.

SO cute!! Hope you are feeling more organized.



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  • Carolyn Nixon Carolyn Nixon on Feb 15, 2018
    What's your question?what a clever idea. I must try this.

  • Kim Kim on Apr 01, 2018

    This looks really cool, Awesome job. I was wondering where you bought those amazing jars . I love them. Thanks

  • Denise Denise on Jun 13, 2019

    why would you put that up its awful rotting wood and old belts very classy


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