Updating built in storage cabinets
Double-knot the clothesline when you get to the last bucket and cut off the excess portion.
Then, hang the finished bathroom storage solution from a simple hook on your wall or door, and toss in your hair straightener, hairspray, makeup brushes, hair brushes, and other beauty supplies.
She turned a vintage record display case into a smart-looking magazine holder — seen here next to a salon dryer chair that she scored from her uncle’s attic.
This magazine storage table is actually an old cola crate that Anna Cardone, owner of the Etsy shop Revisited Concepts — updated with distressed Annie Sloan Chalk Paint and a set of stylish legs.
Once mounted on the wall, the rack and hardware are completely hidden by the magazines.
You don’t have to stack magazines on top of your coffee table — especially if you find the right table.
Multiple racks could be hung side by side to create one giant city block in your living room — if you have the budget for it, at 2 apiece.
It’s essentially a vertical wood plank with aluminum slots, but you also get to customize this one with brightly colored duct tape.
Thanks to its sliding shelves, a two-tiered organizer like this one from the Container Store fits easily around your pipes, and it gives you an extra adjustable shelf to store your bathroom cleaning supplies and sponges.
Anna Cardone, owner of the Etsy shop Revisited Concepts, specializes in making old things new again.
Cardone’s a big fan of Annie Sloan Chalk Paint for updating pieces like this vintage wooden 1950s magazine rack. The shade shown is Aubusson Blue; the front of the rack is embellished with a stamped brass decorative piece depicting a Victorian woman.