Any good homeowner knows how important (and useful!) storage chests are in your bedroom, living rooms, and in some cases, even outside! Storage chests are a fashionable way to hide away any necessary (but unpleasant) items. Storage chests are pretty pricey, but what if I told you that you could make a storage chest for yourself?
Head on over to Sand and Sisal for this outdoor storage chest tutorial. Paint it whichever color you would want, but I love how coastal this color scheme looks! Hide away any blankets, outdoor pillows, or toys in an outdoor storage chest.
Take apart an old pallet and transform it into a stylish storage chest. You can find the tutorial over at Pallet Wood Projects. My favorite part of this project is how elegant the pallet looks. It looks like this chest was built from cedar planks!
Keep things simple with this planked storage chest from Pinterest. Imagine how amazing this would smell when you opened it up to put blankets and other trinkets away!
Lowe’s has a great tutorial that will create extra storage space in your bedrooms, in absolutely no time at all! This project only takes a weekend to complete, and costs almost nothing!
If you’re looking for something a little more rustic to fit your home decor scheme, Seaside Balloon Fest has the tutorial for this dramatic storage chest. Dark stains always evoke a rustic vibe!
Got an old storage chest that you don’t love anymore? Give it new life with a seat cushion and a paint job! From Courageous Flying Elephant.
Use it for your bedroom, or even on your back patio! This storage chest from Pier Point Designs can be used outdoors and in! It’s extremely durable, and may just last you for years to come.
Ana White is one of my favorite online DIYers. I strongly suggest that everyone check her website out! Here, she shows her readers how to create a large storage chest. Check out those handles. Rad, right?
This fashionable storage chest was built using a broken down pallet piece. Equipped with some hardware, this chest is one that will last for generations. From Pallet Furniture DIY.
This DIY storage chest looks just like the one from Ana White, but it’s a tad smaller; perfect to storing pillows and the like. See more at The Project Lady.