Organizing for $1: Under-the-sink Solutions

I've discovered over the years that I can create cute, functional storage on the cheap. The space under the sinks in our master bathroom was sad and totally disorganized, so I headed over to the Dollar Tree to see what I could find to help me out.
Here's the "after." It's now much easier to find stuff and put it away properly.
Here's what it looked like under one of the sinks "before."
I picked up a few bins for $1 apiece at the Dollar Tree, added chalkboard tags I had on hand (previously purchased from Target), and labeled them with chalkboard markers.

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  • Jen
    on Oct 11, 2019

    I’m doing this today can’t wait

  • Ellen Floriani
    on Jan 3, 2020

    An improvement I guess, but getting at the bins in the back means taking out the front bins and crawling on your hands and knees to access the ones behind them. You would have to do that every time you want sometime back there. Instead, how about a lower bin that is the depth of the cabinet so it can be pulled out and pushed back.

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