Grab those glass jars out of recycling — this DIY décor is way quirkier

Did you know we spend more time in the kitchen and bathroom than any other rooms in our homes? Let's take a look at ways to spruce up these two rooms and others around the house.
One of the main issues I have with my home is small-ish storage space. If I can't have everything tucked away and out of sight, I like the following décor solutions that double as storage. There are many options to make DIY custom storage that's also cute — let's get started!
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Upgraded pantry canisters
If your kitchen is in need of some extra storage, save yourself some money on buying canisters from the store. Instead, make some yourself out of old jars. Within minutes, you'll have nice, handmade canisters to store your rice or sugar. Watch how easy this project is in the video below:
Upgrade mason jars with this flower technique
Dip a flower into Plaster of Paris. Try the technique in the video below for a floral accent. The result is truly stunning.
Upgrade your bathroom mason jars
The project below takes some unexpected materials and turns them into expensive-looking storage. The key ingredients for this projects are some toy animals and spray paint, and you're on your way to storage that is not only adorable but functional.
Multi-item organizer. This is a fun idea that can be placed either indoor or outdoors. Inside the house, you can mount the final product to store kitchen utensil or bathroom accessories (e.g. cotton balls, makeup brushes, etc). Check out the end result in the video below:
DIY galvanized tubs. Grab 2 cheap Dollar store tubs. Add this easy DIY touch to make them look way more expensive.
Mason jar candle. This would be the perfect indoor decoration. Add lace and other embellishments as desired.
Wall mounted storage and/or decor. Don't have much space? Don't worry! The following technique in the video below can be used for either storage or decor.
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