Foil and Plastic Wrap Shelf

5:08:00 PM

Rustic and very useful...



Thanks to my Pinterest obsession I found yet another project
to do when I probably should be cooking dinner...

Today I whipped up a little rustic shelf to attach to the inside of a large cabinet door in my kitchen. It will be the perfect place to hold the foil and wrap that is hard to organize...


I used L brackets to attach the shelf to the inside of the cabinet...



and it is the perfect place to organize the messy...



Stay tuned... these ugly cabinets are getting chalk painted!
French Linen on the lowers and a combination of 
Pure White and Old White on the uppers!

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6 comments

  1. Susan, another nifty solution to an age old problem. Thanks for sharing!:)


    Have a lovely day
    ~S

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  2. That is a great idea! Thanks for sharing, Susan!

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  3. This is what a geek I am. I read the title and thought, OMG Susan is making a shelf out of foil!

    Bliss

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  4. I too am finding that building is WAY more fun than cooking dinner! Love your little shelf!

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  5. fun project Susan! ohhh can't wait to see the cabinets!

    gail

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  6. Perfect solution for extra storage Susan! I've been missing so much blogging with hubby out of town. Seems I get so much done when he's gone. Going to keep blog stalking while I am waiting for my paint to dry! Cheers.

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