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How to Organize the Chaos Under Your Sink



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Learn how to organize under your sink with budget-friendly solutions. #organizationideas #organization #storageideas #storageideasforsmallspaces #storagesolutions

In a small apartment, there are only a few places to keep cleaning supplies. My favorite place is under the sink in my kitchen. Not only do I keep cleaning products there; it also houses my trash bags, dishwasher detergent, bug spray, art supplies and more.  However, attempting to find items was almost impossible: It became so messy, I would have to take items out just to find one product. Not only was it was a waste of time but it was also a waste of space.

Learn how to organize under your sink with budget-friendly solutions. #organizationideas #organization #storageideas #storageideasforsmallspaces #storagesolutions

There are a few simple, cheap and effective ways to organize any cabinet. The first thing I did was to add a lazy susan: This allows you to organize by category and access those products easily. In case you don’t know what a lazy susan is, it’s a turntable. Adding the lazy susan allowed for more space on the side in order to clearly access my other products like my trash bags and art supplies.


The next thing I did was to add command hooks behind the door for my dust pan & brush. Command hooks are also great to hang extra plastic bags and your oven mitts. Another organization idea for any cabinet is to add space saver shelves: These allow you to easily store products under and over each other:

I hope this post has been helpful and please feel free to leave any questions or comments in the comment section below!

xo, Chelsey

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Hi, I'm Chelsey

I’m an interior decorator, author, and “heirloom hunter”, discovering and returning lost family artifacts along my search for home accents. I'm also a dog mom, and very well aware there are some people who just follow me for him.

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