Hi all! Would you like to see how I organized my kitchen sink cabinet? This project took me awhile to put together. A lot of measuring, product researching and inventorying my stuff went into this plan. I browsed Pinterest for ideas. Wow, some cabinets look good enough to be displayed. The bottom line is that in real life you have to figure out what is going to be the most functional for you.
I had two requirements: keep the cost down and avoid getting on the floor to dig for supplies. I decided on a Lynk Roll Out Cabinet Drawer, at 14 inches wide by 21 inches deep. They are sold at a number of stores. This is not an endorsement. It just serves me best. No more getting down on the floor. Dollar Tree bins are used to hold small supplies.
On the other side of the cabinet I put a Dollar Tree plastic bin to hold the rags and dishtowels. I lined the bottom with Dollar Tree vinyl. You never know when the plumbing might get loose and you end up with a water drip. This is just a precaution to protect the wood.
I keep baking soda in this little shaker. When I vacuum rugs, upholstery, and mattresses, I like to sprinkle them with baking soda first. This container spreads it more evenly.
I use my cabinet doors, too. I don’t remember where I got these organizers, but there are lots out there. These are for items that we want to be able to grab quickly.
This cabinet door is personalized to our needs. The cup holds my dog’s toothbrush and toothpaste. I hung a container with a slit in it using command strips. It holds disposable gloves. We use them daily to clean up doggie doo-doo in the yard. Any idea you can come up with to meet your own personal needs should be your goal.
Here’s a full view.
I hope I’ve helped give you some ideas on how to organize under your sink.