Stack The Mess Away With These Bins
February is almost over and spring cleaning season is around the corner! Get a head start and stack the mess away with this great DIY bins. Today we are going to show you how easy is to transform a simple bin into a beautiful stackable storage solution.
Stack The Mess Away With These Bins Materials:
- Stackable wood bin or wood crate bin
- Acrylic paint in cherry blossom pink, white and slate gray
- Washi tape
- Wood letters
- Foam brushes
Wood bins with triangle pattern tutorial
Next, we created a triangular pattern with washi tape.
Then we painted each triangular section with pink, gray, and white, alternating all colors to make an interesting pattern.
Finally, we revealed the pattern and voila, we had our first stackable bin done.
We are using our bins for random objects left around the family room. And we didn’t stop here. Next, we also made another style of bin using wood letters and white paint. Take a peek below.
We chose two of our favorite hashtags #diy and #maker for each bin. You can label your bins any way you’d like. For example, your kid’s names or any word that speaks to you.
Wood bins with white outlines + wood letters tutorial
First, you will create a rectangle in front of one bin like shown in the photo above.
Step 2 is to paint outside the rectangle creating a “white outline” for the wood bin.
Once the paint is dry, remove the washi tape.
Finally, paint the “sides” of the bin and once the paint is dry glue the wood letters to the bottom right.
What will you make? Do you prefer the colorful version with pink and grays? Are the white bins and wood letters more your style? We would love to see your version on our Instagram feed. Enjoy getting organized for the upcoming spring season!