One Good Thing: How To Build a Face Mask Station in Your Home

published Dec 3, 2020
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Welcome back to One Good Thing At Home! This week I want to share with you a simple DIY that I learned from a reader and which solves the problem of organizing all those masks that we have to wear these days. I call it the Mask Station and it’s really just a great new use for teacup hooks from the hardware store. Join me as I build one in my kitchen!

What you need:

  • Teacup hooks
  • House paint in a nice color
  • Painter’s tape
  • Level or straight edge
  • Roller
  • Measuring tape
  • Pencil

And special shout out to my chic mask necklace providers: Laina & Liz

Check out the full video to see how we put it all together. If you are interested in simply purchasing an already-made teacup rack I found this nice one at Pottery Barn and a really cool “tree” that will stand on a surface at West Elm.

Check out last week’s One Good Thing: The 2020 Gift Guide Edition