It’s the final week of the Drawer Organization Blog Hop. I hope you’ve enjoyed following along as a group of bloggers have shared our ideas with you on how to get your drawers organized. It’s an ongoing project, but my household drawers have never looked better!
Welcome to the Drawer Organization Blog Hop!
This month long blog hop has been such a great motivator for me to get my household drawers neat and organized. Have a look at our prior posts in the kitchen, office/craft room, and the bathroom.
For the entire month of April, a group of bloggers have been sharing the process of cleaning and organizing drawers around our homes each week. It’s Week Four and we’re ending our drawer organization month in the bedroom.
I like to keep clothes that we don’t often wear in a chest of drawers that’s in one of our guest rooms. Over time, this has become a landing space for lots of clothes that should have found another space. A few oversized sports hoodies and some T-shirts are mixed in with winter pajamas and summer shorts. Nothing was organized at all.
While I was shopping at the Dollar Tree for plastic bins to use in lots of my other drawers, I spotted these canvas bins. They are a nice size for these drawers and if I fold the clothes neatly, lots of pieces will fit into each bin.
When I gave this old chest of drawers a makeover a couple of years ago, I lined the drawers with sea shell drawer liner.
Three bins fit just right in each drawer. I was relieved when they fit well since I didn’t bother to take measurements of the drawers before I bought the bins. Since they were only $1 each, I knew that even if they didn’t fit into this chest of drawers, I would find a use for them.
One bin holds winter socks that my husband rarely wears. The other two in this drawer have my painting clothes in them. These are shirts, pants, and shorts that I wear when working on a project that’s bound to be messy like painting. Rolling the shirts and shorts instead of folding them is an easy way to easily see what’s in each bin.
Another drawer has bins with lots of my summer shorts in them. Again, I rolled, rather than folded, the pieces.
I didn’t use bins in the top drawer. Instead, I used it to hold some large hoodies and rolled T-shirts that I don’t wear often.
Using canvas bins is an easy way to keep items separated and easy to find.
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Bedroom Drawer Organization Using Dollar Store Canvas Bins
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