DIY Toilet Paper and Bath Towel Storage Crate & Some Really Neat Toilet Paper
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Lately, my husband and I have been going the extra mile when it comes to living a more eco-friendly lifestyle. We live by the mantra “re-duce, re-use, and re-cycle, and even compost our own produce scraps. We try to buy mainly environmentally friendly products which include Scott Naturals Tube-Free Toilet Paper.
For years, our family has been fans of the Scott Toilet Paper brand. We love the quality of their products, and have tried pretty much all of them throughout the years. However, their Scott Tube-Free has been a hit in our home because it eliminates the cardboard inner tube. While we always recycled our toilet paper tubes, many people do not. In fact, over 17 billion toilet paper tubes are tossed each year which is enough to fill the Empire State Building Twice!
While on a recent trip to Target we picked up a 16 pack of Scott Tube-Free Toilet Paper. We love saving money so we used the $2 off Scott Naturals Tube-Free Toilet Paper coupon. Since our family is larger we purchased the 16 pack, but if you used it on the 4 pack, that is an almost 50% savings!
Since we are so limited on space on our home, I have had to get creative throughout the years when it comes to storing paper products, and supplies in the bathroom. For years, I had been using a standard wood crate I bought at a mill store. I have been meaning to paint it for the last 11 years, but you know how that goes…haha! Anyhow, I finally got around to finishing my DIY Toilet Paper and Bath Towel Storage crate.
I know this is such a simple idea, but it works like a charm. I do not have a bathroom closet so by unpacking my toilet paper and placing it inside the crate, I can essentially hide it with some nicely folded towels on top. The Scott Tube-Free Toilet Paper works well in my toilet paper and bath towel storage crate because it is more flexible without the cardboard tube and fits all 16 rolls inside.
- 1 Basic wooden crate 18 x 12 x 10
- Chalk Paint-I love Americana Decor
- 1-2″ Chip Brush
Dust crate for any debris
Dab your brush lightly into the paint. You only want a little paint on the brush to get the dry brush look.
Stroke brush against wood grain and try to leave some spots in-between to achieve the rustic look.
Repeat, and allow crate to dry for about 30 minutes
Add Scott Tube-Free Toilet Paper inside, and cover with fluffy and rolled towels to complete the look. Not only will you be hiding your toilet paper, but you will have a nice neat spot for clean towels. I find this DIY Toilet Paper and Bath Towel Storage Crate can hold up to 16 rolls of Scott Tube-Free, and 6 towels.
Overall, I totally love Scott-Tube Free Toilet Paper because I don’t have to worry about those sometimes annoying toilet paper tubes. My kids love to play with them in their rooms and pluck them from the recycle bin. They ultimately end up shredded before returning back to the recycle bin so this product totally helps prevent that mess.
Be sure to print your $2 off Scott Tube-Free coupon today!
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