entrance in the cottage just attracts trash, which is hard to find a place.Hats, sunglasses, flashlights, sunscreen, keys, and other items that are usually lying at the entrance, and often underfoot.After prolonged viewing of old rusted buckets, the idea came to me.Why not make a decorative storage area?Buckets are great for storing stuff like, and can be located anywhere.
Step 1: Look Looking
buckets in the barn or in a landfill, flea markets, flea markets, antique shops.
Step 2: Paint
rid of the rust before painting.Choose a color and begin to paint the inside of the rough bucket.To wear out cover until the paint is not yet completely dry, wipe it with a cloth in some places to show portions of the metal.Repeat the same procedure for the outside of the bucket.
Step 3: We arrange
When the buckets are dry, place them on the floor to determine how you would like them to be positioned on the wall.
Step 4: Fasten
Drill a hole in the bottom of the bucket.Place the bucket to the des
If you are planning to store heavy items or attach a bucket to drywall, use the dowel-nails to reinforce the bucket, or screw the screws into the dowels.
If you can find a wooden bucket, they will give a vintage mood.
old spice jars and cereals, as well as cans, too, perfect for smaller items.