Our Happy Home on Highbridge Pantry Makeover !!! :)
There is the first peak of the Pantry! Gosh I am loving it so much! I had a vision and then I want to Walmart to go execute that vision and realized that it was going to be way over my budget of what I wanted to do! Then I remembered the Dollar Tree has some really cute storage container I could use and would probably spend a fraction of the price if I was able to complete transform my pantry with Dollar Tree Items!
Note* The only thing that was not from the Dollar Tree is the peel and stick wallpaper, which was $40 from Target's Opal House Collection. I have had that wallpaper forever and have been holding onto it for the right project! The wallpaper has since been discontinued! I am even happier with my "new" and budget friendly versions that came to life and extra excited about the low cost of this project! It is fun to get creative and think outside of the box!
Dollar Tree Items Used:
There were the absolute cutest small wall decor signs in a giant section of Dollar Tree. In fact, I couldn't get over how cute there were I bought some signs while I was there for other areas of our house!
Here are just a few examples of some of the cute signs...I couldn't find the exact ones I bought on their website
Those blue baskets on either side of the spice rack are actually for sale as Easter baskets in the door with a large pink ribbon wrapped around each on (I got 5 total) While the ribbons were so cute, they could easily be removed and made into just cute & regular storage bins like I did here!
Then, I also got some regular white deep baskets that I used for bread and baking supplies: (purchased 2)
I also bought 4 white rectangular bins for canned goods & bulkier snacks like chips: (purchased 4)
Next, I found some aqua more flat storage holders for condiments, syrups, and water bottle holders: (purchased 4)
We are huge ice cream lovers and love to let our kids make ice cream sundaes, so I wanted to find something cute and clear to display our rainbow sprinkles in: (purchased 4)
I then went over to the planter section where I found the absolute cutest tin buckets to store Bentley's school snacks in: (purchased 3 total 2 tall 1 short)
As I was about to leave I noticed these peel and stick wall decl stickers about chocolate and I just knew that I had to find a place for them in our pantry! (purchased 1)
I also got 4 cereal containers and 2 jar containers for oatmeal as pictured below:
Now onto more pictures of the pantry!
Thank you so much for checking out our new and improved pantry! It was actually a lot of fun today and took a total of about an entire day! But, i broke it up into 2 days and it felt really good to just clean it out & organize it too! It was super important for me to make it as functional and practical as possible, so I know that I could keep it looking like this!
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