One Room Challenge : Week 6 – The Pantry Final Reveal!

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The day is finally here! Today I am sharing my beautiful One Room Challenge Pantry final reveal! Come see how I took a plain pantry and made it my own personal grocer.

 

 

Howdy! WHEW!!! Woo Hoo!  I am seriously delirious and giddy to show you our Pantry final reveal. The pantry is finished and I am one happy girl! I know everyone says it but we really did come down to the wire on this One Room Challenge.

 

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Next week I will happily go into detail on all the “stuff” we built and created.  For now, I know you are wanting to see the results so…. here we go!

Let’s take a trip down memory lane… 6 weeks ago to be exact.

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And… My lovely little room now!

 

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Build your own rolling bins HERE.

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Potato Baskets

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How cute did these apron hooks turn out?!?  Make them with this tutorial!

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Tomorrow I will share sources. But before I go- I want to give a HUGE shout out to Purdy Brushes. Without their amazing brushes- this would have taken FOREVER.

Thank you for joining me on this 6 week adventure called “The One Room Challenge” as I tackled my mundane pantry. Having the opportunity to link to Calling It Home has been wonderful. I have enjoyed reading each and every blogger. From the featured designers to the linking participants – it has been one wild ride!

Go check out the 20 featured designer/bloggers here and the linking participants here for their big reveals!

Till Later,

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34 Comments

    1. Thank you Teresa! I am so grateful for it! First pantry of this size for our family- usually it has been a cabinet or two. 🙂

  1. Hi Joy,

    Your pantry is absolutely delightful! I love the little details. And…those rolling carts are brilliant! Nice job!

    1. Thank you Tammy! The rolling carts are working out so well. So nice to walk in and not see all the clutter on the floor!

    1. Thank you so much. The ceiling is some kind of happy! It was one of those ideas that you are breathing a sigh of relief it worked out… cause liquid nails and all… lol

    1. Thank you Jessica! It is nice to now know I have three LARGE bottles of syrup and the hubby doesn’t feel the need to buy more. lol kinda like me and hot glue guns. 😉

    1. Thank you Nicole! It was fun to think outside of the box on this one. This is our first house with a real pantry – I am so happy to have it. 🙂

  2. What a fabulous makeover! So great to be organized in that space! Just in time for all the holiday cooking!

    1. Oh Thank you much! I really dig the space you put together for this challenge! It was fabulous! I’m with you on the whole lego thing.

  3. I love an organized pantry. Great job with One Room Challenge. Good luck as you begin your powder room.

    1. Thank you Erin! I loved what you did with the One Room Challenge as well. Hoping to get the powder room started soon! Timing is off due to the attic leak, always something, right?!?

    1. Thank you Sherry! Yes, NOBODY wants to see what it took to get those angles, lol! I was cracking myself up at around midnight- when I was already a bit slap happy.

    1. Thank you so much Linda! I had a ball doing this makeover, thank you for starting the One Room Challenge. A fun and happy pantry now resides here instead of a half finished one with good intentions. 🙂

  4. I absolutely love all of your make-overs! I just wish you had some pictures that give a better view of the overall spaces. I love the close-ups so don’t get rid of them! I think it would make it easier to picture what the entire space looks like. Again, you are crazy talented! Keep sharing!

    1. Thank you for the kind words Giselle. This room is so tiny that I did the best I could in photographing it. I am looking into investing in a fish-eye lens. If I snag one- I will reshoot and add those pics to the post. 🙂

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