When it comes to DIY, there are thousands of things you can do. If you are new to the process, a simple project, like these 5 DIY spice racks are the perfect place to start. Now you can truly live out the prepper lifestyle by growing your own herbs, drying them, and storing them in your new spice rack!
5 DIY Spice Racks for Preppers
How to Make a Magnetic Spice Rack – Amy Bites
This magnetic rack is ideal for storing all those small spices that you only use once or twice a year. The small jars are not large enough to hold everyday spices, but they are perfect as a space-saving design for little-used spices, like cream of tartar, allspice, nutmeg, and ground cloves. As an alternative to using the metal board, you could even stick the jars straight to the side of your refrigerator.
DIY Pallet Spice Rack – Yay Apartmenting
If you are into repurposing shipping pallets, then you will love this DIY spice rack! This rack is a traditional wall-mounted rack that is simple and easy to make. Within an afternoon, you can house your spices right where you need them for easy access. Customize the height of each rack for the spices you own.
DIY Mason Jar Spinning Spice Rack – Untrained Housewife
This is one of the most creative spice-rack projects I have ever seen. I like how the rack uses large spice containers. Most commercial spice racks simply do not hold enough spices. I constantly have to refill them, which is a pain. This mason jar rack is perfect for holding a lot of spices, and perfect for holding herbs you dry yourself as well.
I would use this spice rack to store all my workhorse spices that I use for everything: pepper, salt, cumin, fajita seasoning (a mix of salt, pepper, garlic powder, and onion powder), chili powder, and Italian seasoning.
DIY Spice Jar Rack – The DIY Village
My husband and I visited The Container Store after our most recent move to look for a stair-step spice rack to use in our cabinet. We were rather shocked at how expensive they were! This DIY version looks even better than the plastic version we saw in-store. This rack is sturdier, and you can customize it for the width, depth, and height of your cabinets.
Finally, a Solution to My Messy Spice Cabinet! – Confessions of a Serial DIYer
I like how this spice cabinet attaches to the side of an existing cabinet. The cute little door gives the cabinet a rustic, farmhouse look, which is one of my favorite looks for a kitchen. If you don’t like the look of chicken wire, you could use any other material on the door, or simple skip the door altogether!
What are your favorite spice rack designs?