When we got rid of our shabby
termite infested dressers and moved in the painted lady, we lost some storage. Okay, a lot. I needed a solution to that, but I didn't want to blow big bucks on a closet organizer because I'm toying with sledging out those walls and turning the 3 spaces into one relatively gigantic dressing area. So commitment shy little me bought the following:
What Samwow is holding up is a pine shelving kit from KMart that only banged my wallet $30. It's solid, serviceable, and about as exciting as pulling weeds. So we did a little paint inventory to see if we had enough on hand to give this a little shot of color.
Satin Aqua and Gloss White from Rustoleum's Painter's Touch line.
The instructions for assembly were basically a picture of the thing already put together.
If you're handy, this is not a problem.
We'll admit to a little trial and error.
And perhaps a couple of manufacturing inaccuracies that required brute force finessing.
However, after a brief bout of lumber wrestling and maybe a couple of hits with the drill, my new aqua and white shelving is now ready to take up residence in the closet.
For $30, I'm happy as can be with it.
Let's get those T-shirts off the floor.