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Hey friends! We have lived in this house for a whole year now and I am slowly getting around to organizing some of my dumping grounds. I am not the neatest person, so most storage places with a door tend to get crazy if I don’t have a organization system in place. Today, I am going to show you how I tackled the cabinet under the kitchen sink using some very practical and functional organizational systems.
This is a picture of my cabinet before I started. This was a total mess. I literally threw all of my extra scrubbers, sponges, cleaning supplies, etc. under the sink and closed the cabinet doors. I was not maximizing the storage potential in this space and it was literally driving me nuts.
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The first thing I did was empty out the cabinet and gave it a good wipe down. Next, I laid an antimicrobial liner down at the bottom of the cabinet to prevent mold and mildew in this space.
I purchased a large lazy susan (turntable) to place all of my cleaning products and a few extra rolls of paper towels. This turntable is huge and reaches from the front of the cabinet to the back. I can now see all of my cleaning products by rotating the turntable instead of shifting everything around to reach what I need. I also put my dishwasher tabs into an airtight container that my children cannot open. My youngest is an explorer and I would hate for her to mistake one of those tabs for candy.
Next, I put all of my spare dish cloths and sponges in a small container. I took my trash bags out of the box and put them into a small shallow container as well. My husband doesn’t always tell me when we are low on trash bags, so I am glad I can now see and take inventory whenever I open the cabinet door.
I folded my dish drying mat and wedged it between the wall of the cabinet and a small container. I find those mats to be quite cumbersome at times so the wedge worked perfect to keep it contained.
The last thing I did was put a door organizer on the inside of the cabinet door. This organizer should hold my current dish liquid and sponges to prevent clutter on top of the sink.
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I hope you enjoyed this organizational makeover. I had a lot of fun organizing under my kitchen sink! Don’t forget to subscribe below to make sure you never miss another post (and receive access to my database of free printables).