You all know I like a deal. Cheap is my middle name after all.
So how about an affordable alternative to the popular metal rotating 3 tier vintage hardware bins which are pretty much a staple in modern country, farmhouse and industrial home decor?
Heck, I've seen them used in craft rooms, kitchens, dining rooms. Just about anywhere you want to organize something.
Mine: $19.99 (OK, less than that because I had a 20% off coupon)
What? No way?
Where'd you get that, Pam?
Well, I was out shopping with my husband at Harbor Freight the other day.
I know what you're thinking. "You went to an actual store, rather than a thrift store? What is wrong with you?"
I do venture to non-thrift stores. Occasionally. If I'm forced to.
Anyhow, in case you haven't been there before, they have inexpensive hammers, motorcycle lifts and miter saws. Basically a tool store. For instance, I bought my steel stamps at Harbor Freight that I used in my Silverware Stamping Tutorial.
So I'm just walking along trying to not be BORED OUT OF MY MIND and I run across this cool rotating parts bin.
Now, I must warn you. It's in a box. And you have to put it together. As in many screws. Many, many screws.
But $312.00 buys me a lot of patience.
Here's the link to the bin from their online site - Revolving Parts Tray
I just had to share my glee in finding a cool deal outside of a thrift store 🙂