11 July 2015

Under sink storage

Want to see one of my post popular blog posts ever? It's this one - the storage under the sink in our last home in England. So it was kind of ironic that the under-sink area in our current home looked like this for a while:

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We don't have any space for shelves under there as there's a waste disposal unit, lots of pipes, and the rubbish bin. So I made sure, when organising it, to utilise the backs of the doors and the walls.

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As you can see, I added wire baskets - the one on the left holds our cleaning sprays and fly spray; the one on the right holds rinse aid (at the back) and dishwasher tablets. I added a nail to the door for the dish brush, a nail at the back for the squeegee, and nails on the left for the plugs, dustpan, and brush. At the back I store seldom-used things like drain unblocker, oven cleaner, etc. The basket on the left holds sponges, scourers and spare scrubbing brushes.

Aaah, much better!


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6 comments:

  1. Your various 'Under the sink' posts all help inspire others to tackle such areas of the home. Ours was one such area that had a little Jen Morris inspiration: http://nzhouseholdlogistics.blogspot.co.nz/2013/09/project-kitchen-part-1-under-kitchen.html
    So thank you again for sharing and sparking inspiration in others.

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  2. love the idea of adding wire basket to the door.

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  3. How very funny that you are the tension rod blogger and I'm just now learning the connection. Like probably thousands of people I saw and pinned that pin too. Your new sink organisation is lovely and looks very functional.

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    1. LOL that's me!
      Thanks for the compliment.

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