32-Compartment Drawer Organizer
Just another handy tool to keep my dresser drawers from being so chaotic. This is excellent for organizing socks, I even use it to sort out small belts. Another nice tool is that you can customize it to any size to fit any size drawer.
The Container Store is my absolute favorite place to go to for my organizing needs.
April 29, 2013
Best in structured drawers
I found these better for my purposes because the usual drawer organizers are too thick and waste space. These are thin & offer lots of compartments. Beware that if you are using on a shelf rather than in a drawer, you'll lose some of the cubbies because the end sections will "disappear." These can be a little tricky to assemble without one end popping out somewhere. I use for panties, would also be good for socks. Unfortunately too small for most padded or underwire bras. And again, not ideal to use in an unstructured space like a shelf because there's no support for the ends - but still usable.
April 26, 2013
Nice little chaos tamer
I am a sock fiend. No, seriously: between my knitting socks and my habit of picking up quirky mass-produced socks as souvenirs or just for fun, I have an embarrassment of socks. Four elfa drawers full, actually. Obviously I need several types of help, but I opted to try the drawer organizers before moving on to sockadone therapy.
Once I figured out which way the bits fit together, the organizers assembled quite easily, even with my dogs, er, "helping." The organizers fit well in the shallow elfa drawers, with only minimal squishing needed to adjust positions -- and most importantly, they work beautifully! I can group my socks by handmade vs. bought, stripes vs. peeries, and see everything in the drawer at once without having to root around. I also love the fact that removing one pair doesn't affect the surrounding socks, so the drawer doesn't get thrown into disarray. Now if the organizers would just roll my socks for me. . . .
April 16, 2013
Used it in my bathing suit drawer. Worked great for most of my suits.
March 30, 2013