Gain More Space In Your Most Cluttered Areas

4 Materials
$40
2 Hours
Easy

Looking to declutter your messiest spots? Organize under your kitchen sink in no time with these brilliant tricks!


Check out the video for more how-to's!


I was swamped under the mess of my cleaning supplies, extra garbage bags, and general house-care clutter. No matter how I rearranged it, I couldn't figure out a good way to keep that space clean. After a quick trip to the store, I found a few key items that helped me turn my under the sink cabinet around!


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Step 1: Empty Cabinet


I made sure there were no kids or pets around and unloaded the area under my sink. I dug every single thing out

Step 2: Clean


I wiped out that whole area so that I was starting with a clean, blank slate. Make sure to do this step carefully, in case any of your cleaning supplies have spilled or leaked under there.

Step 3: Install Shelf


I picked up this handy shelf. It was super simple to install and it instantly organized my space.


Step 4: Add Tension Rod


Next, I added a tension rod that would hold baskets for my smaller items and supplies.

Step 5: Add Clear Bins


I lined the bottom of my cabinet with clear bins so that locating supplies later would be a cinch.

Step 6: Add a Lazy Susan


I slide a Lazy Susan in front of my clear bins to hold all the bottles and sprays. This will be super helpful in the future for quick grab-n-go cleaning!

Step 7: Add a Magazine Holder


Lastly, I filled a magazine holder with my garbage bags and other boxed supplies, so that they would stay upright and together in one area.

This under the sink revamp has been a huge game-changer for my cleaning routine! I'm loving how quick and easy it is to find what I need.

I hope this inspires you to get organized this year!

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Have a question about this project?

3 of 5 questions
  • Rebecca L guertler
    on Apr 21, 2019

    where did u get the lazy susan?

    • Joe Jones
      on Apr 21, 2019

      They sell them at Walmart and amazon and homedepot and Lowe’s. They have plastic ones that have a rubber mat on it that is only $9-15

  • Jane
    on Apr 21, 2019

    How didn’t you keep the clear baskets on the tension rod from rolling right side up? Nice organization.

    • Em
      on Apr 21, 2019

      Position it so the bottom touched the front of the cabinet piece that the doors close on. It can't move forward.

  • Annie
    on Apr 21, 2019

    Where did you find the baskets that hung on the tension rod?

    • Wanda sinnema
      on Jun 15, 2019

      bed bath and beyond has some in various sizes, as do some Kroger stores.. I'm sire any similar basket would work..

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  • Patty
    on Jun 5, 2019

    My problem is that the garbage disposel takes up 1/2 the space.

  • Wanda sinnema
    on Jun 15, 2019

    I have the same problem. I found a pull out shelf that is adjustable, in width, and has a 2nd shelf (narrower) at the local H.D or Lowe's.. I used the tension curtain rod to have all the spray bottles by the trigger. Not as much as she shows but better than the cluttered mess I had..

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