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- April 22, 2017
Hello, my name is Camille, and I’m a stacker. I can’t help it. When things start to accumulate, I start stacking. Sometimes that is ok, but when it comes to a medicine cabinet, it isn’t. To get to all your stuff, you have to unstack everything. It’s like playing cosmetic Jenga. Not as fun as regular Jenga. Take a look at what it used to look like.
Pitiful. No? Especially that pile o’ junk on the bottom shelf. I spend way too much time sifting through all of that to find what I need. I had to take action, so I decided a little magnetism was in order. Check it out!
First, I went through all my stuff and pulled out only those things that I use on a daily basis. All other “special treatment” items moved to a little basket that lives under the sink. Next I took myself to the hardware store and bought these lovelies.
A pair of tin snips (wohooo!) and a bit of sheet metal. Using my beloved new tool, I cut the metal to the size of the back of the cabinet.
Next I did a “dry fit” to make sure that it was just the right size.
Once I knew it fit, I sprayed it up with a little chalkboard paint. This was an extra step, but chalk art is way cuter than sheet metal.
Remember my Chalkboard Cheater post? It came in handy yet again!
After finishing my faux chalk art skeeeellz, I attached it to the back of the cabinet using my beloved Command Strips.
Here it is with the glass shelves back in place. Now to put everything back in. First, I hot glued magnets to the back of my most used items. Then I everything else went back. That is, those things that I use every day.
And done! Did I have to go to the trouble of painting and chalking the sheet metal? No. But I do love opening a cabinet to find a little unexpected fun ( like in my kitchen cabinets). And who doesn’t need a little extra fun in the morning?
How have you streamlined your mornings? I’d love to know! And check out Savvy Souther Style today for more nifty ideas. Happy organizing!