15 Insanely Cool Ideas for Storing Fresh Produce

15 Insanely Cool Ideas for Storing Fresh Produce

Storing fresh produce correctly and safely is also a great way to save your money and food. Tomatoes, potatoes, garlic, onions and other non-refrigerated foods if stored properly can last many days. There are a lot of creative and useful DIY produce storage ideas that you can do yourself on a budget. A little creativity and some scrap materials are all you need. You can make vegetable stand, wooden crate drawers and even some hanging wall baskets for produce storage.

#1. Built-in vegetable storage to keep non refrigerator veggies safe from pets.



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#2. Paint an old blanket rack and then add some wire baskets to turn it into a farmhouse vegetable stand.

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#3. Hang some wire baskets on a rod that fixed on the kitchen backsplash.

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#4. Potato, onion, bread storage cabinet at the end of the cabinet.

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#5. Use reclaimed wood and baskets to create the wall storage of fresh produce.

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#6. Add farmhouse style to kitchen by replacing cabinet drawers with these old wooden crates.

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#7. Kitchen island with pantry storage.

Tutorial at: mylove2create.com

#8. Attach wire baskets to the side of kitchen wall or cabinet.

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#9. Build a multi-layer shelf as produce storage.

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#10. Woven baskets fixed in wooden frames.

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#11. Ventilated drawer to store non-refrigerated foods (tomatoes, potatoes, garlic, onions).

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12. Build a produce storage stand with reclaimed wood and some woven baskets.

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#13. DIY Stackable Produce Crates

Tutorial at: thewoodgraincottage.com

#14. Add Baskets to an Old Ladder.

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#15. DIY Multi-Tier Wood Produce Stand

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