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.


For more thrifty decorating tips and ideas check out my PROJECT GALLERY!
Katie @ Little House of Four
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  • Fran Fran on Mar 10, 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.

    • Jenn Jenn on Jan 31, 2022

      yes i didn’t understand either because there arent wood sides

  • Leanne Leanne on May 01, 2022

    Materials are listed in her blog. There is a spot on the main page that tells you to “click here for the tutorial” (or something to that effect). The wood sides are balsa wood that she stained and glued onto the sides.

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