If you’ve read my previous post about the drinking water machine I have just installed in my kitchen, you probably have seen this fabric storage box in my pigeon-hole cabinet 🙂 As promised previously, here is the tutorial on how to make the fabric storage box.
This fabric storage box is easy to DIY, get the details on the second page after this page. If you have materials and tools straying around the home, make these boxes to keep them and de-clutter your home. If you used carton boxes collected from the street, dress them up with this method and there will be no more ugly carton boxes scattered around the house.
Before I had these fabric storage boxes completed, the fully stuffed pigeon-hole cabinet never looks as tidy as I want it to be, provided I restrict only display item to be put into the cabinet LOL. Space is really a huge issue to me and I need to fully utilize each and every space I could find in the home. That’s how I decided to convert the pigeon-hole cabinet into fabric storage boxes drawers. Now I have it done, I have more space to keep away my materials. Also, with the proper labeling, ie., label plate and color of the fabric storage box, I can easily find the materials.
This fabric storage box is easy and quick to make, I am able to make 8 of them in a day. I used 3 different colors of fabrics to create a mix and match arrangement for the boxes. The fabric storage box really brightened up my sewing room and most importantly, no more messy items displaying on the pigeon hole cabinet.
No pigeon-hole cabinet to make the exact one as shown here? No worries, wall shelf and cabinet shelf can take this nice idea equally well. Make it now to dress up your shelf while organizing your items properly.