Published at Monday, July 03rd, 2017 - 02:32:11 AM. Drawer. By Kirby.
Organizing With Map Drawers and Drawer Knobs Do you have a big organization problem? I certainly do. I can never keep track of anything, and I always need a ton of places to store my things for different projects. If you feel as disorganized as me sometimes, you should consider looking for a way to make organization easier. This means you might want to look into purchasing a set of drawers. You can buy tons of styles of closets and drawers, but my personal favorites are map drawers. This style is a closet with numerous drawers, each very, very short, each stacked one on top of another. If you have a lot of papers to file for different projects, map drawers are perfect. These drawers are typically extremely short in height, but long and wide in space. They are perfect for storing paperwork, maps, or anything else that is thin. I actually use them to store underwear and socks, because they are the perfect size. When buying map drawers, I like to decorate them with beautiful drawer knobs, that you can buy at any Walmart or Lowes. These knobs can look however you want them to look, no matter what style of room and drawer. A good looking knob is important because that is the part of the drawer that you will see and interact with, every day, when using your drawers. If you want to be more organized, youre going to need to invest in some proper equipment. If you are like me, and have tons of papers, get some map drawers!
Stop Digging Through Your Kitchen Drawers Every Time You Need Something You know the drill...every time you are cooking or baking and need something from "that drawer", you cringe as you open it because you know what lies ahead...a big mess of kitchen utensils that you will have to shuffle through in order to find that little tiny measuring spoon, probably buried in the back. Any kitchen drawer can easily become cluttered with a vast array of contents. You can combat this clutter by utilizing drawer organizers. Drawer organizers are made from a variety of materials for a variety of uses. The most basic are made of plastic and come oversized so you can trim them down. These are normally called trim-to-fit or trimmable drawer trays. They come in various sizes in configurations for utensils, flatware & cutlery and junk drawers. Some even come in dual-tiers, one smaller tray slides over the top of the larger bottom tray, making the most of the height of the drawer as well as the width and length. Blum makes a nice line of design-it-yourself metal drawer organizers that are sold as kits or each piece can be purchased separately for a. You can configure them however you like; flatware, cutlery, utensil or maybe you want to combine a large drawer into utensil and cutlery. Sick of those junk drawers? Design yourself a nice organization system to conquer those messy junk drawers once and for all. Some drawer organizers are made of wood and generally match the interior of your drawers. Sometimes these can be purchased pre-installed in the drawers when you purchase new cabinets. If you are not purchasing new cabinets and just want to organize your drawers but like the look of wood versus plastic or metal, there are options out there for. These might have to be ordered to size or they may come as trimmable units. One nice wood organizer is the drawer spice rack. This is a very elegant way to organize your spices in a spot that is easily accessible when you need them. Although it may seem that you will never be able to organize those messy, cluttered drawers, it is possible if you have the correct tools. Purchasing and installing drawer organizers is a giant step in the right direction. If organizing your drawers does not alleviate the mess and clutter then you might need to move beyond organizing and start prioritizing. This would involve getting rid of the stuff you dont really need and organizing whats left.
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