It's time to clear the clutter and step into the new year with an organized house! It's The Home Depot's annual Winter Storage event where our crates are a SPECIAL BUY from now until January 31st or while supplies last (click here). We teamed up with eight bloggers to bring you organizing ideas with our crates for some of the most high traffic places in your home - pantry, kitchen, and closet! See how each blogger utilized our crates to maximize space and clear out the clutter!
Pantry Unit by Sawdust 2 Stitches
Corey Decker from www.SawdustToStitches.com used small crates, vegetable crates, tall wall crates, half wall crates, and large crates to complete her free-standing pantry. There is a spot for just about anything in this piece, not to mention it's guaranteed to add a little charm to your kitchen. For original project instructions, click here.
Kitchen Island by My Love to Create
Maximize your space and have a place for everything with this rolling kitchen island! Mindi Carwin from www.MyLoveToCreate.com built this piece using large crates, small crates, vegetable crates, a half crate, tall wall crate, and a half wall crate. For original project instructions, click here.
Shoe Storage Bench by Thats My Letter
Jaime Costiglio from www.ThatsMyLetter.com built a shoe storage bench for all of her family's necessities using four large crates. It's the perfect spot to put on shoes and to keep belongings in one place. The best part about this simple bench is that you can customize the size to fit your needs. For original project instructions, click here.
Toy Storage Bench by Always Never Done
Amy Geib from www.AlwaysNeverDone.com built this toy storage bench using three large crates and three crate lids. Paint it or stain it to match any decor,and add cushions for extra seating. Store kids toy or dog toys to clear the clutter of your living room floor! For original project instructions, visit Amy's blog here.