These photo storage boxes hold a variety of items.
I bought them on super clearance after Christmas (50 cents a pieces!) and spray painted them. Here’s the “before” pic:
The next corner is where I keep projects that are next up in the queue.
I screwed wooden toolboxes right into the wall to use as shelves and hung some fun tissue paper poms and lanterns from the ceiling. I spray painted one gold, which I was a little scared to try, but it worked perfectly.
This metal and wood plaque was stuck in the 90’s, but I painted it, stained the wood and distressed it, and now it’s a perfect place to keep to-do lists, inspiration, or pics.
Next is the big, gorgeous gold vintage tanker desk. It got a glamorous makeover, and so did the chair.
I sewed the roman shades and made the sign above the window. I’m doing heart eyes all over that sign!
I shared the tutorial for the sewing machine cover a few days ago. It was so easy to make!
Here’s a peek into all of the desk drawers. I LOVE having all my most-used supplies right at my fingertips:
I lined all of the drawers with cute scrapbook paper. My favorite feature is the filing drawer. I use it for all of my paper scraps, which are organized by color, which makes me happy.
The next spot is my favorite. I put together a little gallery wall using mostly items I already had.
A little bit vintage, a little bit modern with pops of gold to add sparkle. So. In. Love.
Doesn’t that shelf of colorful yarn just make you want to knit something?
I used a lot of different types of storage containers because they were what I had, but I tried to unify them by using the same labels throughout. They are chalkboard labels, so if I ever change the contents of a box, I can easily change the label too.
I utilized every nook and cranny in this closet.
I had a lot of perfectly good boxes that were not pretty. I either spray painted them or covered them in heavy duty wrapping paper.
Now my party supplies have a pretty home.
Polka Dot Wrapping Paper: Hobby Lobby (in the Christmas section)