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Christmas is over and it’s time to pack all the decor away and get a fresh start with the New Year. Yup! It’s officially time to get organized. I can’t tell you how many times my husband and I say to each other “This space just needs better organization.” It’s probably our biggest goal for this year!
Now it’s time to get started. The kids’ playroom, the nursery and my daughter’s room are all at the top of the list. Does anyone else have a girl who likes to collect the smallest toys possible? Her room is filled with THINGS, little tiny pieces, Barbie accessories, baby doll cloths and a million bows.
To help her get a little more organized (and save my sanity) I put together this cute Little Girls Room Organization Station where she can separate her Barbies, Babies and Bows and keep them in one place.
Not only is it practical, but it turned out pretty cute too!
Here Is What You Need:
- (3) 14″ X 12″ Pieces of Wood
- White Paint
- (3) Shelving Brackets
- Gray Chalky Finish Paint
- (3) Galvanized Baskets
- Circular Saw
- Power Drill
- Paint Brush
- Stud Finder
I started by painting basic black shelf brackets in a gray chalky finish. It took 3 coats to get the coverage I wanted.
Then, I cut my wood into 3 pieces measuring 14″X12″ and gently sanded down the edges.
I gave the wood two coats of white paint and a coat of polycrylic.
To install the brackets, you’ll want to find the studs in your wall and mark them.
Mount the brackets first and then place the boards on top and screw them in.
Lastly, I picked up these adorable galvanized bins and then stenciled on Barbies, Babies and Bows. Because these are the three things that my daughter LOVES!
And that’s it! Super simple and don’t they look so cute with a few baskets and cute wall decor?!
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I was one of the bloggers selected by True Value to work on the DIY Squad. I have been compensated for my time commitment to the program as well as writing about my experience. I have also been compensated for the materials needed for my DIY project. However, my opinions are entirely my own and I have not been paid to publish positive comments.
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