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Melbourne mum wows with her incredibly organised under the sink space using budget items


How to organise your cleaning products: Mum wows with her perfect ‘under the sink’ space – complete with personalised labels and special tubs for masks, gloves and ‘plant care’

  • A mother has created an immaculately organised space under her kitchen sink 
  • The home stylist, from Melbourne, used budget items from Bunnings and Kmart 
  • Every item has been categorised and grouped together in its own tub with a label

A mother has created an immaculately organised space under her kitchen sink – complete with neatly stacked containers and personalised labels.

The home stylist, from Melbourne, used budget items from Bunnings and Kmart to make a designated section for all her cleaning sprays, garbage bags, dishwashing detergent, sponges, wipes, gloves and masks.

Every item has been categorised and grouped together in its own tub with a label so her family can find things without having to rummage around for products.

A mother has created an immaculately organised space under her kitchen sink - complete with neatly stacked containers and personalised labels

A mother has created an immaculately organised space under her kitchen sink – complete with neatly stacked containers and personalised labels

What items were used?

BUNNINGS 

All Set Clear Stackable and Horizontal Twin Drawers: $9.29

KMART 

Medium & Narrow Clear Drawers: $3

Clear Deep Drawers – Narrow & Tall: $5

Grey Laundry Tins: Old stock

‘My kitchen sink cupboard is finally organised and this is about as pretty as I could make it,’ she wrote on social media. 

On the top shelf, she stored masks, wipes, gloves, dishcloths, cleaning sponges and bags in a horizontal twin drawer storage units from Bunnings for $9.29 each.

The mum used a $3 medium and narrow clear drawer to neatly stack cleaning brushes.

On the bottom shelf, she stored loose items such as wipes, gloves, and mask refills, cleaning refills, rubbish bags, plant care and miscellaneous items in grey caddy tins with handles, in which she purchased from Kmart but the item is no longer in stock.

She ordered her customised home organisation labels from an online store which cost about $5.95 each.

And her dream creation didn’t happen overnight, with the mother explaining it took her ‘years’ of planning and procrastination to get the space to where she wanted today.

‘It was about four years in the making,’ she wrote, along with a laughing emoji. 

In addition to her kitchen sink, the mother was praised for her beautiful organised home, including her linen closet where every item is perfectly categorised and labelled

In addition to her kitchen sink, the mother was praised for her beautiful organised home, including her linen closet where every item is perfectly categorised and labelled 

After sharing her incredible organised storage space on social media, dozens of mothers described it as ‘kitchen sink cupboard goals’, ‘beautiful’ and ‘just gorgeous’.

‘This is the most satisfying home organisation ever,’ one wrote. 

‘That is a dream – organising under the sink is super tricky,’ another said, while one added: ‘Wow! This is so absolutely beautiful and so cleverly organised.’

In addition to her kitchen sink, the mother was praised for her stunning home organisation, with one saying: ‘Such a beautiful home. The pink throughout gives a touch of elegance. You are very talented.’

‘Love it so much. Looks like photos cut from a magazine,’ another added.

Others even joked, asking the mother whether she could visit their home to re-organise their space.

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