We are in the process of updating, decorating, and renovating our new home. There's all sorts of work to be done and some of it is pretty simple. And interestingly enough, we moved into a much bigger home and it still feels like we don't have enough space for all our stuff. Apparently, we have a lot of stuff.
I'm working on decluttering, but in addition to that, I'm trying to find wasted space and make it work. Enter: the tip-out drawers.
Under the kitchen sink, you probably have one or two false drawer fronts. They're just sitting there, doing nothing, contributing nothing to society.
GET JOBS, FALSE FRONTS.
I gave them a job. I found this great product that lets you install hinges and trays to those fronts. And after about a half an hour, I had this:
These little drawers are great! They were a pretty good price and were easy to install. They even come with these little templates to help you drill the holes for the hinges.
This is the product I used. I bought it at Lowe's and they had lots of other products in this line. Has anyone installed these? Aren't they just awesome?
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