Deflecto in the Kitchen…organizing the dreaded kitchen cabinet.
In an effort to tame the chaos (in my mind) during the holidays,
I like to find small problem areas around the house that I can work on a one at a time.
My kitchen cabinet next to my stove was one of those problems.
This is embarrassing to show.
I’m sure I’m not the only one who has a cabinet like this one.
It’s probably the most used cabinet in the kitchen and it showed.
With the help from my friends at Deflecto. (design team perks)
I got the kitchen cabinet project started.
I asked Deflecto to send me several of the medium caddy compartments*
from the Stackable Caddy Organizer* (yes, you can buy just the compartments)
The medium caddy compartments* were the perfect length to fit inside my cabinet.
FYI…there are three sizes of compartments that fit into the stacking caddy organizer.
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The first thing I did was to completely empty the cabinet and wipe it down.
I tossed all the outdated spices and discarded old medicines.
I put like items together for easy grab and go.
I removed the lids from a couple of the clear compartments to use with taller items.
I love that the compartments are stackable. That helps eliminates wasted cabinet space.
These really do come in handy when cooking.
Take it a step further in your organizing by labeling all the bins.
The finished kitchen cabinet all clean and tidy.
It’s been a few weeks since I reorganized the cabinet and thanks to my new organizing
compartments it still looks great.
Here’s a short video I made on the Deflecto Stacking Caddy Organizer*.
You can find the Deflecto Stacking Caddy Organizer* on Amazon or ask for it
at your local craft store.
Want more organizing ideas?
Check out this post on Organizing the Kids Craft Cabinet.
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