I recently moved into a 863 square foot apartment and was in desperate need of more storage space. Beasley (my 10.5 pound Shihpoo and ruler of the household) comes with lots of treats, clothes, toys, grooming products, etc. Not only did I need it, but I wanted a unique way to store all of Beasley's food and favorite things. Cue Pinterest.
I can't say that typing "Dog Food Storage Ideas" into the Pinterest search bar didn't spark some ideas for what we'll call: "The Beasley Project." (Side note: this was my starting point) Now with the big picture in mind, I headed off to the Habitat ReStore to find the perfect bookshelf and/or nightstand. Without any luck, I ended up in the cabinet section of the ReStore-- cabinets are used for storage, right? It didn't take long before I found my storage unit shelves and hideaway drawer concept in an all-in-one gently used cabinet. From there...it was easy...
Total Estimated Project Cost: $100
TOTAL ESTIMATED TIME: 6 HOURS
This blog post was written by Habitat ReStore Communications Manager, Caitlyn West. She would like to acknowledge that she did not complete this project without the help from some very dear friends.
Do you have a DIY project that you would like to share? Email Caitlyn with images and instructions, and she'll be happy to share it on the ReStore blog. Note: we ask that you used at least one item from the Habitat ReStore to complete your project. Thanks!