If you love to cook, then you must have fantasized about having the most fabulous-looking utensils, storage boxes, countertops, and whatnot. A kitchen is the heart of a home, and if your heart is happy, then you are too. However, no matter how amazing a kitchen renovation might feel, it can be a little on the expensive side. Worry not, here are three DIY ideas that you can try out to give your kitchen a new look without putting in a lot of investment.
Adding a Rotating Fruit Basket
You must have seen the viral rotating fruit basket all over TikTok. However, the price you need to pay to add this piece to your countertop can be a bit higher, here is how you can make one by yourself, using a few everyday items:
● Hot Glue Gun
● Cake Pans – 2
● Paper Towel Holder – 1
● Crafty Jute Rope – 1
● Zip Ties – 5
● Lightweight Baskets – 4
● Take a cake pan and glue the paper towel stand at its bottom.
● Now, start wrapping the jute rope from the pan bottom to the top of the paper towel stand.
● Next, use twine to tie the baskets to the stand in whatever pattern you wish. Make sure they are at different levels. To make sure they do not fall off, use the zip ties for stability.
● After that, in the second cake pan, add the marbles, and put the first pan with the towel holder over it.
There you have it. You can put in your veggies and fruits, or anything you wish to store in them.
DIY Cabinet Organizer
It’s frustrating when you have to go through a pile of items and all you need is a foil wrap. This two-step cabinet organizer can make your life super easy. To make this, all you need is an over-the-cabinet bar and a dish rack. Simply start by attaching the bar to the door of your cabinet. Wrap it up by inserting the first rack into the bar stand and fixing it correctly. There you have your organizer to place your plastic bags, foil wrap, and more.
Countertop Pillar Stand
If you want a countertop pillar stand that would cost you not more than a dollar, then try this at home. To make this, you need a bowl, plate, and an E6000 Glue Tube. Simply glue the bottom of your plate with the bottom of your bowl. Place a heavy item on the plate and let it set overnight.