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DIY Cutting Board Storage Hack

DIY Cutting board storage

What I love most about this project is that it’s easy, budget-friendly, and super functional! It uses up dead space in a beautiful way that makes sense, and adds storage!

I’ll go ahead and apologize now for the quality of photos. I wasn’t anticipating turning this into a full post, it was a project I did in Instagram stories while working on my coffee bar and it kind of took off. I had a lot of requests for a material lists, instructions, etc. So here it is!

If you’d like to read more about the coffee bar project, check out this post!

Materials list for this project:

– Whatever kind of wood you want for the shelf (I used scraps) this pine from Home Depot would work too – get creative! You can even use MDF if you want to paint it

– 1/2 inch copper 90 degree pipe connectors (I got a pack but you can buy as many as you need)

– 5/8 round wooden dowel

– Rapid fuse super glue

– Spray paint (optional)

– Stain (optional)

– Rub and buff (optional)

diy cutting board storage hack

Here’s the side of the cabinet that I’m referring to for this project. It definitely needs something to balance out the space, right?!

That being said, I wanted it to function and serve purpose too. So, I decided on cutting board storage. This is a super simple idea that would take very few materials and I had high hopes it would be beautiful too!

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