I drilled two holes in the MDF, spray painted it heirloom white, added a little fler de lis, and then attached a ribbon pull.
A regular pull/knob would have interfered with the table closing so this was the best option. (I borrowed this idea from someone’s recent post, so if it was you please let me know and I’ll link back to you!)I load up all my goodies inside my craft cart and roll her on over to my work station. Attention: Please notice how the tole tray I just picked up thrifting perfectly matches the paisley shoe organizer! Love it when that happens.
Now let’s make our way over to the closet. First stop is Gutter Alley. Those shelves holding all my lovely scrapbook paper were made from a $5 gutter! Simply cut with a hacksaw, drill holes in the back and secure to the wall with anchors and screws. You can spend extra money on special brackets if you desire, but we wanted to keep this cheap. But Beth, won’t your paper bend and fall out all over the place? Such party poopers. Yes, it might. If it does, I will buy cheap curtain rods and attach towards the top of each shelf. It hasn’t moved yet, so I’m hoping it will behave.One large piece of MDF was purchased for $10 and cut into 3 pieces (way cheaper). The pegboard was $3 and is attached to the top-shelf bracket with beading wire. I was impatient and didn’t want to wait for hubby to figure out how to drill it around the brackets. I use beading wire for everything. It’s fantastic.