Garage Sale Wire Bin/Cabinet Door Up-cycled As A Mail Organizer

I purchased this wire wall bin with galvanized back at a June rummage sale.

It could be used as is, but I changed it up a bit!  Read on to see the transformation.


Since we don't have an outlet to purchase used project cabinet doors here, I was thrilled to find a slew of display cabinet doors on clearance at our local Menard's for $5 each.  

They were later dropped to $3 each, and I, of course, bought MORE!

I brushed on two coats of Rustoleum Chalked Paint in Aged Gray 


Garage Sale Wire Bin/Cabinet Door Up-Cycled for Mail & Keys
The rummage sale wall bin was attached to the cabinet door with two screws.  It fit the width of the door's center raised area perfectly!

I also added three Bulldog 1 1/4" mug hooks to the bottom of the cabinet door for keys.

Garage Sale Wire Bin/Cabinet Door Up-Cycled for Mail & Keys
I faux distressed the edges of my cabinet door with Ceramcoat Walnut Noyer craft paint and FolkArt Layering Wood Block.  I sealed the Chalked Paint with two coats of Deco Art Water Based Creme Clear Wax

I printed a MAIL tag for the label frame using Picmonkey, and added a sawtooth hanger on the back.

Garage Sale Wire Bin/Cabinet Door Up-Cycled for Mail & Keys
I could change the tag to "Cookbooks" and display older cookbooks in the bin, and utensils on the hooks.

Garage Sale Wire Bin/Cabinet Door Up-Cycled for Mail & Keys
The cabinet door gives the bin much more presence!

Garage Sale Wire Bin/Cabinet Door Up-Cycled for Mail & Keys
The faux hinge planters were a recent project HERE.

Garage Sale Wire Bin/Cabinet Door Up-Cycled for Mail & Keys
Another easy farmhouse style project!

Other Cabinet Door Projects:
Repurposed Cabinet Door EAT Sign

Repurposed French Style Cabinet Door

Repurposed Cabinet Door Laundry Room Sign


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2 comments

  1. Wow that is so awesome,I will have to find me some cupboard doors.

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  2. You took that rack up a notch, Carlene, into something special! Fun project!

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