Stackable Bamboo Drawer Organizers
Not bad. Minor quality issues.
I ordered a bunch of these in various sizes to organize a large junk drawer. I like their form and for my purposes the various sizes offer great re-configurability. Unfortunately there are some minor quality issues. Three of the boxes I received had come apart during shipping. I was able to put them back together fairly easily with a little glue, but obviously I'd prefer not having to do that. I'm also a bit concerned about the potential for splinters, as the bamboo is still pretty raw on these.
There's a lot that I like about these and for the price I think it's probably fair, but I'd pay a little more for a better quality version of the same thing.
January 31, 2014
Great for our RV
We used these in our RV drawer in the kitchen. We used them in one drawer to keep our silverware in place and another drawer for miscellaneous items. They work perfect in the drawers and look great too!
April 22, 2014
I love the look of these drawer organizers. Bought them to replace the plastic ones in my kitchen. They look great with the bamboo knife dock.
It would be nice if there were a few more size options (like a 3 * 3 square). Also, the sectionals do not line up properly if you mix the organizers in vertical and horizontal directions. Itâ¿¿s just a smidget off, but for someone with OCDâ¿¦it may as well be inches. Also, because of the construction of each unit, the inner capacity is smaller (about Â¼â¿ on each side) than the plastic ones. So in some instances where I used a 6â¿ plastic unit, I had to use a 9â¿ bamboo unit to fit the utensils.
April 11, 2014
Great Modular Organizers!
I bought these today to fit the kitchen utensil drawer in our kitchen. It has made a world of difference, and is probably some of the best money I've spent on the kitchen in a long time. Our drawer is oddly shaped and - as we ALL know - kitchen utensils and gadgets come in all shapes and sizes. These were perfect because you can buy the different sizes you need to accomodate your personal collection of things. WORDS OF ADVICE: I did two things that really seemed to help. FIRST, I put the largest and most awkward of our utensils that needed to be accomodated in a bag and took them with me to the store to make sure they would actually fit in the containers I was buying. (The tongs, the extra-large spatula, and the measuring cups were the big wild cards in the drawer.) SECOND, I took the entire kitchen drawer with me to the store. I balanced it on a cart and played around on-site with these organizers in order to make sure I had the right fit and configuration for us. (Even the woman at the checkout said it was a "really smart" idea to bring the drawer with me!) Taking the time to do these two things eliminated frustration and return visits to the Container Store to exchange or fiddle around with different options. If you have a store near you, I really suggest this approach. These organizers are great. Nicely constructed, lovely wood times. Even my husband commented on what a difference they made. Perhaps slightly more expensive than the plastic options, but really worth it.
November 13, 2011