Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Behind Closed Doors

Let's talk about the space underneath kitchen sinks. When we moved in I threw a bunch of stuff under there and didn't give it a second thought. It was just a jumbled mess of cleaning supplies and miscellaneous items. I "cleaned it up" at one point and this is what I had.


At Target the other day I saw this adorable contact paper and I was inspired.


Plus I had a Target gift card so what could I do? I had to get it.

Tada!


I found that hanging thing (that's a technical term) on clearance at Marshall's one day - I love getting things out of the way so that I can store the big amount of nothing that I have...


At least it looks better under there and there's some cute contact paper to look at!


Oh, and I also got this hand towel holder. It's quite convenient as it's right underneath the sink.


It's the little things that make me happy. =)

11 comments:

Summer-Raye said...

Little things make me happy too! I think when the things around us are organized it makes us feel better about ourselves.

The Atwoods said...

I love organizing! Our kitchen sink needs it too, but I'm waiting until we actually the kitchen done before I do anything permanent. :)

Kiri said...

Cute project! Love the contact paper...and all of your "green" cleaning supplies! I keep trying to use up our non-earth friendly cleaners so I can replace them ALL with green ones. Underneath our kitchen sink, we store extra glass vases, candles, etc...so it's not too bad! :)

Savannah said...

What a fun project. I'm loving the contact paper and that towel rack. I'll add both to my shopping list. :) Thanks!

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Kara said...

That is too cute! I love the contact paper!

Meg {henninglove} said...

oh that contact paper print is so cute! definitely spruces up under the kitchen sink

claire said...

you are right.. it is the small things that count!

Red Roses and Crystal said...

Oh I agree Morgan, under a sink is always a problem area and it's really hard to create a good use of the space.
The little things do count that's for sure.
xx

Crystal Escobar said...

Looks awesome! Love the wallpaper design. Very cute!

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