A Chore Chart that looks Great in your House

Since moving into our new house, we’ve been pretty random with chore assignments – especially since we still have quite a few boxes to unpack. Sad, I know! Luckily it was super easy to make this DIY Chore Chart – or should I say ‘chore buckets’ – to help decorate our walls!

Simple and attractive DIY Chore Chart - or should I say Chore Buckets! Let your chore chart be attractive decor! by BusyMomsHelper.com

Our Family Chore Chart worked great before – but it doesn’t really match with the decor I’m enjoying in our new home. I wanted something that wasn’t only functional, but looked good – an attractive chore chart. Hmmm….that could be interesting, right?

Simple and attractive DIY Chore Chart - or should I say Chore Buckets! Let your chore chart be attractive decor! by BusyMomsHelper.com

I was really happy with how this turned out, though, and it really does look great on our wall! It doesn’t even really LOOK like it’s a job chart, but just some shelves and decor on our wall. Love it!

Supplies

Simple and attractive DIY Chore Chart - or should I say Chore Buckets! Let your chore chart be attractive decor! by BusyMomsHelper.com

Simple and attractive DIY Chore Chart - or should I say Chore Buckets! Let your chore chart be attractive decor! by BusyMomsHelper.com

Directions

  1. If you want to paint your crate/shelf, go right ahead. I really liked the semi-rustic look of mine so left it how it was.
  2. Place a sticker or label on each bucket – one per family member (unless you assign chores to groups/pairs) so they know who’s is who’s.
  3. Write each chore/job onto a Popsicle stick.
  4. Hang your crate/shelf, if desired, then place your buckets inside. Just move the job sticks around as you switch who has which chore!

Simple and attractive DIY Chore Chart - or should I say Chore Buckets! Let your chore chart be attractive decor! by BusyMomsHelper.com

It’s so easy to rotate chores, which is nice in a family with 4 kids (hopefully adding more soon via adoption!) and 2 parents sharing the household cleaning responsibilities. And if the kids are down for trading jobs with each other, they can pull out their stick ‘I’ll trade you sweeping the kitchen for cleaning the downstairs toilets’ or something.

Simple and attractive DIY Chore Chart - or should I say Chore Buckets! Let your chore chart be attractive decor! by BusyMomsHelper.com

Simple and attractive DIY Chore Chart - or should I say Chore Buckets! Let your chore chart be attractive decor! by BusyMomsHelper.com

Simple and attractive DIY Chore Chart - or should I say Chore Buckets! Let your chore chart be attractive decor! by BusyMomsHelper.com

Other Chore & Organization ideas you may like…

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DIY Kitchen Chore Plate / by Busy Mom's Helper #chores #familychorechart #kitchenjobs

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How to Make Chores Fun: Floor Cleaning to Windows / by Busy Mom's Helper #CleanForTheHolidays #Ad #kids #cleaning

Ideas for Chores while Travelling / by Busy Mom's Helper

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2 Responses to “A Chore Chart that looks Great in your House”

  • This is seriously one of the BEST diy chore charts I have ever seen! So much better than the dry erase charts we are using right now! I’m in love with this idea and it is absolutely going on my to-do this to make. Thank you so much for this idea!

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