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The Summery Umbrellafrom The Summery Umbrella

Dollar Store Bathroom Drawer Organization

Dollar Store Bathroom Drawer Organization (4 of 7)

Storage for "flats". I have a small version of this. Need one for the full sized baking stone that is so aqward to put away.

The Family Handymanfrom The Family Handyman

How to Build Kitchen Sink Storage Trays

DIY Slide Out Drawers. This should be done under any & every kitchen sink!

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Classy Clutterfrom Classy Clutter

Kitchen Organization Tips and Tricks

12 Creative Kitchen Organization Tips & Tricks

Another pinner said "absolutely genius. Such an itty bitty space in her kitchen {only 6"!} and look at how much storage she gained! She made it herself to keep it custom for her space and to save some moolah! She painted the inside with a WOW of chevron! You totally wouldn't expect it, but it really takes the project to the next level. The cabinet is on casters which makes it easy to pull out, even with heavy jars and cans being stored inside. Fantastic DIY!

Apartment Therapyfrom Apartment Therapy

3 Time-Saving Kitchen Hacks You Need to Know — simplehuman

3 Time-Saving Kitchen Hacks You Need to Know — simplehuman | Apartment Therapy

Crafts by Amandafrom Crafts by Amanda

Make Your Own Kitchen Utensil Holders

Repurpose plastic containers into useful kitchen utensil holders.

Measuring cabinets organized inside a kitchen cabinet door...Click on the image for more information on "5 DIY Kitchen Cabinet Organization Tricks" by Kitchen Bath Trends

The Family Handymanfrom The Family Handyman

How to Build Kitchen Sink Storage Trays

Kitchen Ideas: Design: Remodeling How to Build Kitchen Sink Storage Trays: Build these handy undersink roll-out trays in a weekend. You can tackle this project with simple carpentry tools and some careful measuring. You can make all the trays in an afternoon using building products from your local home center or hardware store for as little as $80.