MY DIY | Grid Wall Organization


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I hope everyone had a great long weekend! It was tough jumping right into Tuesday, but I was excited to get into the studio because I set up a new workstation before the weekend, yay! (It’s the little things, right?) I bought a three pack of grid wall a few months ago to hang my pots in my kitchen, but the extras have just been sitting around, so I added a little copper spraypaint, hung on the wall, and had instant organization! Also, I had to give you a sneak peek of something I have been working on for a while, stay tuned for some exciting news about some of the supplies in this post!!



What you need:
Grid Wall
Painters tape
Krylon Copper Spray paint 

What to do: 
Tape off a corner on the front and back
You can cover the area you want to keep black with a plastic dropcloth
Let dry, and then decorate, done!




  1. Michelle says:

    This looks so cool, I need one for my office!

  2. Anouk says:

    It looks very nice 🙂

  3. Renaud says:

    I love the way your desk look.


    Renaud |

  4. Neeltje | Thoughts in Style says:

    I love this!

  5. todaysouhaila says:

    this looks amazing,literally so tumblr,I love the colors together xo

  6. Vivi says:

    I’ve been meaning to get something like this for our office space for ages. I really should go and get one! Thanks for the reminder 🙂

    Vivi /

  7. Andrea Handojo says:

    I just made a grid for my wall too! I love the idea to add a little bit of color with spray paint!

  8. Jayne Burton says:

    Love the idea, but love the rug more!

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