Welcome to another Dagmar’s Home link party. If you are here for the first time — hello, hello!
As you might know, this weekly link party used to be for sharing thrifty or vintage finds — because I love everything thrifty or vintage — but I opened it up for all kinds of posts.
I like seeing them all!
If you have been visiting my blog for a long time, you know that I still like to show you my latest thrifty or vintage finds.
This week I want to share with you what a big difference a [easyazon_link identifier=”B00CJUPCSY” locale=”US” nw=”y” nf=”y” tag=”dagmarblecom-20″ cart=”n” cloak=”y”]$70 bookcase[/easyazon_link] made in organizing our pantry/storage room!
White Bookcase Storage in Pantry
This is the “after” shot — I added that skinny white bookcase and gained so much extra space up the wall that I didn’t use before.
This is the exact bookcase I bought:
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Sure, the pantry still looks a bit cluttered, but now I can see all I have instead of having the items piled in boxes, and that was my goal.
If you want to see the “before” of this space, I’ll writing a whole post about the quick and frugal makeover of this room in a few days.
Let’s get this party started. Feel free to share your latest and greatest from your blog.
Link up posts about home decor, recipes, DIY projects, tips and tricks, parenting, and more.
I always feature my favorite post the following week, so if you are interested in being featured, please link back to this post.
So many awesome posts, over 190, have been linked up to the last party.
This week, I decided to feature Mary, who blogs at The Boondocks Blog. She recently moved from Greece to New York. Are you anywhere near us in Westchester, Mary?
She wrote about quickly adding spring decor by using a frame and wrapping paper.
Thanks for sharing your post with us, Mary! Feel free to add this “Featured” button to your post or blog. I would love it if you add my link party to your link party list.
Here is the code for the button:
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If you weren’t featured this week but would like to be, just link up the same post again, and any new ones. Please link back to this post.
How to link up:
- Link up any post.
- If you want to get featured, please link back to this post so others can be inspired to join in the fun.
- Only posts with a link to this party will be considered for a feature.
- No links to giveaways, or shop or Etsy sites, please.
- By submitting a link you are authorizing for your project to be featured. Featured links will include a photo and a link back to the originating site.
I can’t wait to see all of your posts!
And I would love it if you’d let other blogging friends know about this party.