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3 Kitchen Clutter Organizers

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Start with a Drawer Organizer
Organized silverware drawer
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Compartments keep silverware
organized, with infrequently used
items at the back of the drawer
and everyday utensils in front.

Start with a Drawer Organizer

1 Bring drawer disorder to a close

Store-bought kitchen drawer organizers separate silverware -- most of the time. But the organizer you design and build works all of the time because you customize it for the size and number of knives, forks, spoons, and accessories you use.

Disorgazized silverware drawer
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A one-size-fits-all organizer didn't fit
this drawer's contents. If anything,
it encouraged clutter by overstuffing
the drawer.
Size the Organizer

Measure the drawer interior and design your organizer's outside dimensions 1/4" smaller to allow for easy removal of the tray for cleaning. Make it just tall enough to hold the utensils. Then decide how many types of forks, spoons, knives, and accessories you'll store. Make silverware dividers about 1/2" longer than the longest piece of silverware.

Continued on page 3:  Build it to fit



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