DIY Dry Erase Boards (From Cabinet Doors!)
My latest organization solution for our home office cost me $20, took me a weekend to pull together, and helped clean out the garage! Do I have your curiosity piqued yet?
Years ago, I removed the doors to an old china hutch and (of course!) stashed them away knowing they could someday be transformed into something useful and beautiful. After rearranging our home office in recent weeks, I was suddenly in desperate need of an over-sized dry-erase board for above my work counter. I instantly remembered the old doors hoarded away in our garage, and an idea was born. After some paint, wrapping paper, and a few hours of my time, these doors have indeed been given a fresh new life!
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Megan Duesterhaus is an exercise and nutrition professional turned stay-at-home mom, and is the blogger behind the DIY/décor blog, The Homes I Have Made, LLC. Married to a U.S. Marine, she currently resides in Eastern North Carolina, her fifth home in nine years, with her husband and four-year-old son. Megan specializes in renter-friendly, movable décor and organizational solutions that are high on style and function yet low on complexity and budget. Armed with creativity, ingenuity, and a can-do attitude, she has become a pro at making each and every temporary living space an organized, functional, and well-styled home for her and her family! Megan’s work has been featured on Today.com, GoodHouseKeeping.com, ForRent.com, Zillow.com, and more.