There is nothing better than an organized home. But who wants plastic bins and boxes everywhere? Sure, they’re great for the garage or even a closet, but they don’t exactly scream style. Most people would prefer a more “homey” approach, with furnishings that supply great storage while looking like they leaped from a magazine. Places like Pottery Barn offer function and beauty, but can be pretty pricey. That’s why we’re bringing you 10 Pottery Barn-Inspired organization projects that are stunning, but simple to make yourself.
1. Rolling Coffee Table
This coffee table is a great DIY for anyone with a little bit of building skill and some simple power tools. Best of all, it’ll store a ton of stuff. See how to build it.
2. Console Table
Keep your entry way or living room neater with a console table that’s both functional and stylish. Check out the industrial look and learn how to make it yourself — with scrap!
3. Rustic Bookshelf
Nothing keeps a room tidy like shelving. Add some cute baskets and knick-knacks, and functional storage becomes a design piece. The girls over at Shanty 2 Chic made this one, and so can you!
4. Cubby Organizer
A great addition to any garage, bedroom, or any room, this Pottery Barn-Inspired cubby organizer is a simple build that will give you tons of organizing options.
5. Mail Sorter
Keep incoming mail from cluttering up the counter or ending up all over the house. While you’re at it, make it look amazing with this simple DIY.
6. Cubby Shelf
For the mudroom, kitchen, or entryway, this industrial-style cubby shelf is perfect for coats, bags, and other little items that come through the door.
7. Storage Coffee Table
Here’s another coffee table that offers storage and wheels. Since the storage space is open for a cute basket or crate, it’s a simpler build but looks just as amazing.
8. Mudroom Storage Lockers
Ever wish everyone in the family could have their own locker for coats, backpacks, shoes, and more? Look no further! You can build these yourself, and they’ll keep the mudroom mess under wraps.
9. Storage Crates
Rustic crates are all the rage. They’ll hold stuff on a shelf or neatly in a corner, and they look fantastic. With this DIY, you can build a bunch of them yourself, on the cheap.
10. Stackable Kitchen Crates
These are pictured with produce — which is a great idea — but think outside the crate a little, and you can use these in the bathroom, bedroom, or office as well. Make them yourself with this tutorial.