But what about displaying some of that other stuff that you need in a kitchen
that maybe isn’t as pretty as china, teacups and pitchers?
for a little treat and baking needs
need a home.
The flour sits in a large covered jar on the counter
We buy in bulk which means either the bags you fill yourself
or a plastic container usually- yeah, not so attractive for displaying.
Plus there is always extra spices left to be stored-
like pepper balls that go into the grinder for example.
So as I was contemplating creative storage
The next step was then to take each of the lids
After they dry- remember to wipe chalk all over the lid and wipe it off before writing on them
to season the chalkboard surface.
I wrote the names of each item on them
and you can also write down a purchase date- so that you know when it’s time
for a fresh supply.
I am loving them and making a few more for in our main kitchen as well.
Another vintage inspired storage idea in a few minutes-
adding simple hooks to the wall in a hallway or bathroom to keep things in order.
all those hooks for towels and robes and swimsuits, etc. lined up on a wall.
filled with sunshine and flip flops covered in sand.
I love them in the bathroom- and a half a dozen of those little hooks
for holding anything and everything helps keep it looking more tidy
Just a couple of ways for easy storage and display in minutes
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