The project is pretty simple: you just mount the curtain rod to the wall, hang the hooks on it, and hang the buckets on the hooks. If you want to easily label and relabel the buckets, you can paint them with chalkboard paint and write directly on the surface. What’s especially nice is that if you want to take the contents with you, all you have to do is just grab the bucket off the wall. It’s a simple project that provides a little extra storage that’s on the wall and out of the way.
Add Some Extra Storage To Your Wall With Buckets, Hooks And A Curtain Rod
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