I feel like if there's one area that doesn't get the organization-love it deserves, it's underneath the sink. Maybe it's just me, but this is the last place I organize since no one can see what it looks like in there, and I'm usually the only one that uses that cabinet. Here's proof:
I mean, I know it's not that bad, but we've only been here a month, and I'm already having trouble quickly accessing the things I keep under there. I also wanted to store more things in this space, but that was impossible in its current state. It turns out all I needed were a couple of drawers, and a basket. I already had the basket, so this project cost me $6. Can't beat that, right?
What I wanted was a no-frills system, that also allowed me to store more things under the sink. I wanted quick access to cleaning supplies, extra sponges, and laundry supplies (our washing machine happens to be in the kitchen, so we keep our detergent under the sink).
Like I said, I ran out and bought two plastic drawers. In it I store rubber gloves, extra sponges, cleaning rags, trash bags, and extra boxes of Ziplocs. My plan was to label them, but I think Korea has something against cute labels, as I can't find any.
After this, I put our cleaning bottles in a basket, and set the laundry detergent next to it. I found a more functional spot for our recycling, and put the vinegar behind the detergent, since I only get it out when I make cleaning supplies. Here's the final result:
Yay! Like I said, it's nothing fancy, but it makes life a lot easier! Bonus: I even made a spot to hang paper towel rolls, which was previously just sitting on the counter.
What do you do to keep this space neat and organized? I'd love to hear your ideas!