Get two small drawers at the store and follow this darling idea

When it comes to home decor, people often focus on the big things without paying attention to the ins and outs. We're typically more likely to spend hours selecting a sofa and less likely to consider decorative kitchen items.
As any skilled decorator knows, though, the true success of interior design lies in the details, and the best are those that meld fashion with function. If you've been looking to breathe a little life into your kitchen and could use some extra storage, then this project is your answer.
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Materials
- Two small drawers (without hardware or large face panels)
- Sanding block
- Clean cloth
- Painter's tape
- Chalk paint
- Paintbrush
- Patterned stencil
- Acrylic paint (liquid metal finish)
- Blow dryer
- Wood glue
- Craft stick
- Two grips
- Drill
- Screws
- Two cup hooks
- Two double-sided adhesive strips
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Instructions
1. Sand the interior of each drawer lightly, and wipe away any dust with the cloth.
2. Apply painter's tape to the top edge of both drawers.
3. Paint the whole interior of the drawers with two coats of chalk paint and let them dry.
4. Remove the painter's tape, and place the patterned stencil in the drawer. Apply liquid metal acrylic paint to half of the drawer using the stencil, and dry with the blowdryer. Repeat on the second half of the drawer and to the second drawer.
5. Apply wood glue to one of each of the drawer's long sides, and press those sides together. Apply grips as the glue dries.
6. Drill a pilot hole in one of the joined sides, and add a screw to that hole. Repeat so two screws are holding the drawers together.
7. Drill a hole into the right side at the top of the rack and one into the left side at the bottom of the rack. Screw the cup hooks into these holes.
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8. Apply adhesive strips to the back of the rack toward the top.
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