What I Bought This Week – Under Sink Organization!

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Under Sink Organization
A little different What I Bought This Week.  This is What I Bought To Organize the cabinet under my kitchen sink!  I wish I would have taken a before, but here is what I used!

STORi Audrey Stackable Clear Plastic Organizer Drawers – 4.5-Inches ($29.99 – set of 2): I used these for sponges – one for kitchen sponges and one for magic erasers. They fit perfectly and stack together neatly.

STORi Audrey Stackable Clear Plastic Organizer Drawers – 6.75-Inches ($28.99 – set of 2): I used one of these under the kitchen sink and the other in my bathroom (I will do a separate post on that organization). This one is for dishwasher pods.  It stacks with the size above now I can easily see when I am running out of pods!

Copco Non-Skid Pantry Cabinet Lazy Susan Turntable, 9-Inch and 12-Inch, White/Gray, 2-Pack ($13.79): I used the larger one of these on the floor of the cabinet for assorted cleaning supplies. I used the smaller one on top of the set up below for more supply storage.

Brightroom 12″ x 12″ x 8″ All Purpose Open Front Storage Bin ($12): This bin has a big opening which I thought would be perfect for trash bag storage. And it is!  I have two rolls in here – larger black trash bags and the smaller kitchen sized ones.  So much neater than my previous set-up.

Brightroom 12” x 12” x 2″ All Purpose Storage Tray ($6): I used this tray on top of the bin above.  It nestles right on top and adds stability to the bin. I put the small lazy susan on top which makes it even more study!

I love how it came out and feel so much less stressed when I open the cabinet.

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  1. Renata

    Nice job! I love how everything is easy to get to.

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