A New Look at Silverware Dividers -- This idea is so simple and it looks much better than using a plastic divider. 1. Measure the width of your drawer. 2. Cut a wooden board, about 3/4 an inch thick, to fit inside the drawer. 3. Paint the wooden inserts you cut to match the drawer. 4. Measure and divide the drawer into the desired number of equally spaced compartments. 5. Fasten the wooden inserts you built using screws or wood glue

A New Look at Silverware Dividers -- This idea is so simple and it looks much better than using a plastic divider. 1. Measure the width of your drawer. 2. Cut a wooden board, about 3/4 an inch thick, to fit inside the drawer. 3. Paint the wooden inserts you cut to match the drawer. 4. Measure and divide the drawer into the desired number of equally spaced compartments. 5. Fasten the wooden inserts you built using screws or wood glue

Cupboard space is tight in a tiny house, but this would work really well for suspending pots n pans below the loft ceiling...

Cupboard space is tight in a tiny house, but this would work really well for suspending pots n pans below the loft ceiling...

Hang your pans on a curtain rod to eliminate having to lift a heavy stack to get a pan from the bottom. Genius!!

Hang your pans on a curtain rod to eliminate having to lift a heavy stack to get a pan from the bottom. Genius!!

Space Saving Spice Rack with wheels. Maybe you could put it someplace other than next to the fridge. Like in between shelving!

Hidden Fridge Gap Slide-Out Pantry

Space Saving Spice Rack with wheels. Maybe you could put it someplace other than next to the fridge. Like in between shelving!

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