Published at Sunday, July 02nd, 2017 - 23:58:11 PM. Drawer. By Kirby.
A Drawer Organizer for Every Room Drawers are great for hiding all sorts of stuff, often in an unidentifiable mess. On the other hand... maybe thats not so great. Hmmm, heres a thought. How about a drawer organizer? Or two, or three? Most of us have a silverware organizer in our kitchen. Without it, all the forks, knives, and spoons would be a tangled jumble, and setting the table would be a real chore. But we often dont think of all the other areas of our home where a drawer organizer could create order out of chaos. Here are a few ideas for your bedroom drawers: - The Perfect Sense Drawer Organizer is an ingenious contraption made from criss-crossed pieces of rigid plastic to form 24 diagonal compartments that are sized perfectly for socks, ties, underwear, and other small items. - Linus has several models of clear plastic bins for various purposes. The 12"x5" bins are great for accessories like scarves and handkerchiefs; 12"x9" bins are perfect for sweaters. And for the bathroom, Stax has a modular system of trays for organizing your cosmetics and other bathroom supplies. For your den or office, how about a "junk" organizer for your desk drawers? Made Smart makes a 5-compartment organizer that even has icons in each compartment to tell you what belongs there. So youll always know where to put your paper clips, rubber bands, staples, and other office essentials. And in the kitchen, theres no limit to the uses for drawer organizers. In addition to the standard silverware organizer, the Expand-a-Drawer line has spice organizers, as well as cutlery and utility trays. A few tips for working with a drawer organizer: - Make sure you know the size of the drawer and get an organizer that fits. - Take everything out of the drawer and clean it out with a spray cleaner or hot water and detergent. - Before you restock the drawer, go through the items youve taken out and declutter by throwing away or recycling items you no longer use. - Take the opportunity to move items that dont belong in this drawer to their proper home.
Tips on Keeping the Drawers in Your Kitchen Organized When it comes ot organizing the kitchen, most people would agree that organizing the kitchen drawers is way down on the list of priorities. However, it is an important aspect to consider to make your kitchen as efficient as possible and to avoid clutter collecting on the work surfaces. Most people normally just shove all their various pieces of equipment and cutlery in a haphazard fashion into the drawers. Organizing you drawers will allow you to maximize the usable space on the kitchen worktops and you will be less likely to waste time trying to search for a particular utensil. Instead, everything will be to hand and you can get on with the more important jobs. Here are some tips for organizing your drawers. First of all take all the drawers and empty the contents onto your kitchen surfaces. This will allow you to start sorting according to the item rather than just creating a more organized mess within the drawers. Not they are empty, start with the drawer closest to the kitchen stove. In this one you will want to put the following items; oven mitts, hot plates, trivets and hot plates. Any other equipment that you regularly use for baking and holding hot utensils can go in here as well. The next drawer closest to the stove needs to contain all the cooking tools. In this way you can work around the stove with all your equipment at hand rather than moving all over the kitchen, wasting time. Items you should put in here include serving spoons, ladles, wooden spoons and a small chopping board. Do you do much baking? If so, then dedicate a drawer to your baking equipment. Items such as rolling pin, sifter, basting brush and wire whisks all go in this one. This one should be close to one of your worktops or a kitchen island, if you have the luxury of one of those. The next is to look at the cutlery or silverware drawer which is normally below the cupboard that stores all of you dinnerware, such as crockery and plates. Only items such as cutlery, serving spoons and chopsticks are allowed in this draw. A drawer for serving items and table accessories such as coasters, napkin rings and wine serving items is useful. This allows you to keep all those finishing touches to the serving place in one area. Lastly, if you do have any items left over, you are allowed one miscellaneous drawer. You have to make sure, however, that this one does not slowly start to fill up with clutter. it is very easy to do and something you should guard against if possible.
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