@Shanoc Halliday what do you think? Just for a bit of interest...
Mix & match frame wall - love it. Just have to convince Shan now...
Wall calendar from different chalkboard paint colours
Gather up all those oils and vinegars as well as salt and pepper shakers in a basket by the stove
Shelves above the bathroom door - great idea when space is limited
Bathroom Cubbyholes made from five pieces of 3/4-inch-thick plywood. The top, bottom, and two sides are each 12 inches by 9 inches; the back is a 12-inch square. The top, bottom, and sides are mitered along the ends, glued together, and secured with 1 1/2-inch finishing nails. Glue on the back, and secure with more finishing nails. Sand, prime, and paint the wood. Screw the finished shelves right into the wall through the back (centering them on a stud), and cover the screws with paint.
Bathroom cubbyholes instead of shelves?
I would like a version of this at my front door
Shelves made from old wooden boxes - love the brackets!