This month I’m so excited to be teaming up with an awesome group of bloggers to help you get your drawers organized. The hop will take place weekly and focuses on a different room of your home. This week we’re starting with the kitchen and dining room. Start here with this easy small kitchen junk drawer organization.
Sometimes you’re not blessed with a large kitchen. In kitchens like mine, where space is at a minimum, organization is essential. The drawers with utensils are easy to keep organized because of the multitude of products available. The other drawers are a little trickier.
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Some people recommend not having a junk drawer but that doesn’t work for us. If you want to get fancy you can call it a supplies drawer. Then you feel more organized (even if nothing really changes).
Luckily, I have some simple tips for easy small kitchen junk drawer organization. This is one organization task you can complete in minutes and is inexpensive to do.
Welcome to the Drawer Organization Blog Hop! For the entire month of April, 12 bloggers will be sharing the process of cleaning and organizing one drawer in our homes each week. To kick off the first week, we’re focusing on drawers in our kitchen and dining rooms!
Easy Small Kitchen Junk Drawer Organization
Take your drawer out of your counter. This makes the entire process so much easier.
Next, remove everything from your drawer.
- Have a trash can or plastic grocery bag handy so you can immediately discard any accumulated trash.
Now, clean your entire drawer and any organizing containers with a disinfectant cleaner. I love this Clorox spray for the job!
Next, find containers to use as organizers within your drawer. The ones pictured here are:
- Office Supplies Organizer
- 3 Square Plastic Containers
- Small Rubbermaid Container with Lid
- Plastic Rectangle Container
- Container of Magnets
- Empty Plastic Baby Food Container
Take a hard look at what needs to stay in the drawer and what doesn’t. For example, we had a container of extra pegs for book shelves in the drawer. This should be in the garage with similar items.
The last step is to return the items you are keeping in the junk drawer to the newly designated places.
This easy small kitchen junk drawer organization will let you knock out a new budget-friendly project quickly. Now it is time to check out the other awesome organization ideas from my friends! By the end of the month, we’ll have all of your drawers clean and organized.
For more kitchen and dining room drawer organization ideas, visit the other host blogs below.
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