I feel like I can't really call this a tutorial or an instructional DIY post, because there's really nothing to it!
Why is it that underneath our kitchen sinks so easily become dark caves of disarray? I set about to remedy the problem of my own chaotic cabinet using 3 inexpensive purchases that you can find pretty much anywhere - a small tension rod, some small storage baskets, and a roll of contact paper. I like the no-slip non-adhesive paper, mainly because I'm terrible at using shelf paper and I like that I can just move it around easily if I mess something up!
First, I took everything out of my cabinet and realized that my primary problem was that I simply had Too Much Crap. I took some time removing expired or nearly empty products, as well as moving non-kitchen stuff into other storage areas in the house.
Next, I washed the inside surfaces of the cabinet and cut a length of shelf paper. Ahhh... a nice clean surface!
Hanging the tension rod across the top of the cabinet gives you an extra layer for storing spray bottles and makes items stored in the back more easily reached. Such a cool idea! You can also call Gamma Cabinetry LLC and have your cabinets remodeled to give your kitchen a new look.
Little storage bins keep the small items, like brushes, sponges, gloves, and small bottles contained in their own designated cubby.
Much better, huh?