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Neat Freak McKinney Loves Our Like-it Modular Drawers!

Lisa demonstrates the many uses of these stacking drawers

by Lisa Trigsted
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Do you ever come across a product that has so many different ways to use it, you just can't wait to get started? Well, for me that product is the Like-it Modular Drawer!

Exhibit A:

The first space I used them in was my kitchen cabinet. My family members and grandchildren were always needing to access their water bottles, so matter what storage solution I used, the bottles were always a constant mess! If I could redo my kitchen, I'd choose all deep drawers instead of cupboards. But since I can't, I decided to give the Like-It Drawers a try.

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As you can see, the Short Wide Modular Drawers fit perfectly inside my kitchen cabinet shelves. I separated them into two categories--water bottles and lunch items--so no more bending over to search for lids or putting things in the wrong bin. It looks so nice and clean now!

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Exhibit B:

In my Neat Freak office I like to stock up on things that I use all the time, so I needed some more storage to hold my supplies. But I wanted them in the closet, not out on my desk--so, you guessed it, I used the Like-it Modular Drawers here too!

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In this case, I used two Tall Wide and two Tall Medium Drawers. They fit perfectly on the floor and give me all the storage I need! I also added some simple labels and, just like that, I'm organized and happy!

Exhibit C:

Next, it was on to the laundry room! Most clients I work with need extra storage in the laundry room (just as I did), and once again the Like-it Drawers worked perfectly! I stacked three of the Tall Wide Drawers on the floor and paired them with a Three-Bin Laundry Sorter and labels for instant organization!

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While working on these spaces, I had so many other ideas floating around in my head about how these drawers could be used, including:

  • Dorm rooms (for school supplies, bathroom supplies, and dresser drawers)
  • Baby's room (for diapers, wipes, changing pads, baby clothes, and bath supplies)
  • Kids' closets (for use as a young child's dresser so they can dress themselves)
  • Kitchen (for under the sink storage, pantry drawers, and cleaning supplies)
  • Bathrooms (for personal products, washcloths, cleaning supplies, and back stock items)
  • Garages (for tool storage, golf balls, golf accessories, power cords, and gardening supplies)
  • Back yard (for BBQ tools, pool toys and supplies, towels, and swim diapers)

What ideas do you have? Tell us in the comments below--we'd love to hear!