How To Organize The Cabinet Under The Kitchen Sink

Kitchen organization is difficult to maintain because it’s one of the most used spaces in your home. The under-sink cupboard is tricky. Plumbing and a garbage disposer make it difficult to store things. It has always been a challenge to maximize storage while allowing easy access to the rear of the cabinet. Spray bottles, trash bags, and other items get in the way, and before you realize it, everything is a mess. Add a shelf liner that’s 30-40 years old – gross. I am not a professional organizer but I enjoy organizing projects as much as anyone else. I want to show you how I organized the cabinet under my kitchen sink.

How To Organize The Cabinet Under The Kitchen Sink

I can’t imagine how I allowed our area under the sink to become so dirty. We moved into the house with two small children, and I became pregnant one month later. The bottom of the cupboard was filthy and needed cleaning urgently. I will share with you the exact items that I bought, as well as similar items and other items that I also considered. It feels great to have everything in its place. Here are some ideas for organizing your kitchen sink to help you with this project.

Step 1: Measure And Order

Before cleaning, I measured the depth and width of the cabinet. Fitting things around the garbage disposal and plumbing is difficult. Expandable shelves can be fitted around and through plumbing, but I chose to use standard shelves because they weren’t too wide or deep.

Then, I searched the Internet (Amazon and The Container Store), looking for storage solutions. This is when I came up with my plan. Be sure to consider the plumbing, and make sure that you have room for shelving or bins. Order the correct size shelf liner.

Step 2: Empty and Clean

Remove everything from the cabinet, including the shelf liner. Remove all items from the cabinet and clean it.

Step 3 : Add Shelf Liner

Measure your cabinet with a tape. Add a shelf liner that is resistant to water. Cut around edges with an xacto knife.

Measure the depth, width and height of the space under your sink using a tape measure. Do not forget to measure the actual cabinet opening.

Protect your cabinets against dripping cleaning products and sponges by using a shelf liner that is resistant to water.

Step 4: Add Under-sink Organisers

It’s now time to stock your kitchen cabinets. It was simple and took only a few moments. I added some command hooks, shelves, and plastic storage containers to the interior of the cabinet door. The drawers in the stackable bins allow you to maximize the space available and they also serve as a small container.

Step 5: Organize All Your Cleaning Products

Now is the time to store and organize cleaning supplies. It’s time to organize and store cleaning supplies. These containers are great for storing small items such as sponges, dishwasher tablets and other essentials. The two-tiered shelving with drawers is perfect for storing dish soap, hand wash, scrub brushes and other supplies. The space was not completely filled, so I had some extra storage to store paper towels and other supplies.

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