Today I’ve rounded up 25 Stylish Organizing Solutions that you can make yourself! All of these pretty Storage Projects were created using Vintage Graphics from my site. Some were created by me, some by my contributors and some were submitted by readers! I had so much fun putting this collection together, I hope these projects and DIY’s will help you get things in order for 2014 and I hope you enjoy making them too!
The first project is one of my all time favorites it was created by my pal Gina Luker!
Gina will teach you how to stitch up this adorable hanging organizer for your Craft supplies! Perfect for hanging over a door or on the wall of your Craft room. It has lots of pockets to keep all those tiny crafting goodies that we all have, stored neatly until you need them. You can find the full Tutorial HERE.
I adore these painted lockers by Jenny from Ava Blake Creations! Perfect for a Mud Room I think. Imagine all the things you can hide away in these … shoes, coats, kids backpacks, or maybe sporting goods? So handy! And the painted finish and transfer is extraordinary!
This is another Storage Idea by Gina and I think it’s genius! She took an old Wooden Crate and upcycled it into a Storage Cubby! This one would be great for Office Supplies, Craft Supplies or Hardware. You can find the Step by Step instructions HERE.
Erin from Salvaged Whimsy Blog submitted this darling Silhouette Shelf, that she made out of old drawers, a few years ago and I’ve never forgotten it! Besides being super cute it’s a great way to store, or display, small items.
This beautiful Wall Organizer, was one of the first posts that Andrea did for my blog and I still love it! You could hang all kinds of things from this pretty do it yourself rack, including Jewelry, scarves, pet leashes etc. Check out the Full Tutorial HERE so that you can make one for your own Home.
Last year I upcycled some Tin Cans to store my paint brushes and other assorted art supplies in my craft room. These would be great on a desk for office supplies too. You can find out how to make this Green Storage idea HERE.
Reader Regina from, Rana Mama Kuckoja Blog, submitted this bright and cheerful Poppies Bucket Bag! As you can see she’s using this one to keep her Yarn in, but this is a versatile little container that can be used in any room in your Home.
Diana from Dreams Factory contributed this fabulous Guest Post last year for these amazing Grain Sack Tins! She even shared her secret Transfer technique, that she used for making these beauties! You can find the Tutorial for this Storage Project HERE. These would be great to use in a Kitchen!
This is another Organization idea that was contributed by another talented reader! Donna, from My Shabby Chateau, made over a thrift store find to come up with this fabulous Bird Wall Organizer! I think it would make a fabulous mail sorter or perhaps you could keep your keys in those little bins!
Andrea wowed us again with these fantastic Steampunk Thumb tacks! Keep those important papers tacked up in style with this customized push pin project. The full Tutorial is HERE.
Ooh La La! A French Decorated Can that was submitted by Tales from an OC Cottage. This is another pretty way to upcycle an old tin can. She has lots of variations of this one on her post and they are all super pretty!
When you want to dress up your clothes closet, or hall closet a bit, you might try making these lovely Monogrammed Hangers. You could put a different initial for each family member so that they will want to hang up their coats when they come home! The complete instructions for making these are HERE.
This Parisian Perfume Pail will store your toiletries in grand style! Marie Antoinette would be envious of this pretty container! A dreamy little project by Andrea, you can find all the steps for making this HERE.
This artistic looking Pencil Holder was submitted by a reader named Romy. She used a sublimation technique to transfer the Winged Hourglass image onto this durable ceramic pot. You can find more info HERE.
This is another one from a clever reader! Susan from Organized 31 created this spectacular Pharmacy Label Tin! I could see making a big one of these for food or a small one to keep push pins or paper clips in. So many uses for this type of container!
I made over a plain wooden crate and added some French Flair to create a pretty Storage Crate for my tools, but you could also use it to store Magazines, Files or whatever you like! You can find all the details, and the printable, HERE.
Gina came up with the idea for this adorable Earring Holder from a repurposed hanger! Such a cute way to keep your Jewelry organized! Perfect for a Teenager’s closet! The Tutorial for this one is located HERE.
Yet another fabulous Gina Luker project! In this DIY post she shows us how to sew up a Laundry Bag with a Crown on it! Lots of great photos on this step by step post HERE.
This stunning French Patisserie Bread Box was submitted by Brenda from Unique Junktique! Love those painted stripes and lace! What a charming piece for a Kitchen!
How cute are these Bee Thumb Tacks or Push Pins?! Find the instructions to this super easy, and ridiculously fast, project HERE! Also, you don’t have to make Bee themed tacks if you don’t want, you can customize these however you like!
If you buy as many decorating magazines as I do, then this French Inspired Magazine Rack just might be the perfect DIY Project for you! It’s stylish and inexpensive to make, you can find all the details HERE.
I made this Burlap Book Box just a couple of months ago. This is a great storage piece for in a family room, it works well for hiding the remote control for the TV! The Oriole printable is included with the instructions on the post HERE.
Here we have an elegant option for Kitchen Storage! A transferred French Clay pot for keeping all your wooden spoons and assorted utensils at hand. This one was submitted by Cynthia Banessa!
Next we have a DIY for dressing up some Vintage Tins, using lace stencils and paint. You can store pretty much anything under the sun in these, since they come in all shapes and sizes! The full Tutorial is HERE.
And last, but not least, a handy Mason Jar for storing your Sewing supplies and includes a pin cushion on the top, so that you can always find those needles and pins when you need them! The instructions for this Craft Project are HERE.
I hope you enjoyed this collection of fabulously stylish storage projects!