line your cabinet under the kitchen sink with peel and stick tile. Easy to wipe and helps cover already damaged cabinet bottom or helps to protect a new cabinet. I'm going to do this...one of my summer projects. :) Storage Area, Good Ideas, Vinyls Floors, Sinks Cabinets, Bathroom Sinks, Under Sinks, Sticks Tile, Kitchen Sinks, Kitchens Sinks
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Use peel and stick tile to line your cabinet under the kitchen sink. Easy to wipe and helps cover already damaged cabinet bottom or helps to protect a new cabinet.
Open & Shut - For those who don't have extra drawer space, the backs of many doors can be hidden storage gems. Attach shallow wire shelving to closet, pantry, and basement doors. If there's space, line the adjoining interior wall with narrow shelves and hooks for items such as cleaning supplies, handy tools, or pantry goods. -- Julie Morgenstern, author and organizing expert
Pinner said "Did this under the kitchen sink right before we moved out of our rental - I wish we'd done it sooner! Much easier to clean and only cost like $3! Score then cut the tiles with an X-Acto knife for best results. The scissors were much harder to use and had much more jagged lines. // kitchen and bathroom sinks - peel and stick tiles"