Organizing your Drawers, Racks and Cabinets

Organizing your Drawers, Racks and Cabinets

Drawer Organizer

Before you organize all of your drawers, take a look and see if you might want new furniture. Rustic furniture is currently all the rage and it lasts forever.


What you need:

Used thin boxes in different sizes


Paper clips

Gift wrapper or fabric for lining


What to do:

Make sure you measure your drawer before starting so you will know how big your area is

Use boxes of different widths to have a variety of sections. Small boxes for smaller items and wider boxes for bigger items

Outline how you want your drawer to look like and pencil it the boxes to see if everything fits

Measure and cut out the cardboard to form the lining of your drawer.

This is where you will be gluing your smaller boxes

Line all your smaller boxes inside the way you want them arranged

Place a bit of glue in between and use paper clips to hold them together while the glue dries

Once it dries up, decorate with grift wrapper or cloth to cover the boxes and cardboard lining

Place it inside the drawer and you have different compartments to use for organizing your drawer

High Hill Rack


What you need:

1 pc. Base molding

1 pc. Crown molding

1 box finish nails

Wood glue


1 can paint & paintbrush

3 screws and drywall anchors

What to do:

Make sure your moldings are of the same size. Cut them if necessary then line up your crown molding at the top edge of you base molding

Apply some glue so both will stick together

When it’s dry enough, pre-drill holes for your nails

Hammer in the nails and fill the holes with wood putty. Let dry

Drill screw holes for later.

Paint your screws to match your moldings or be creative and use different colors

Use sandpaper before painting the molding for a smooth finish

Hang it on the wall with your colored screws and hang your hells on the crown molding

Vacuum for Vomit

Rustic furniture CT

What you need:

Baking Soda



What to do:

Mix the water and baking soda. Mix well until it turns into paste

Spread the mixture on the vomited area and let it stand overnight

Use vacuum the next day to take out the solution

Clean your Showerhead

What you need:

Ziploc bag

Rubber bands


What to do:

Remove the shower head and place it inside the Ziploc bag.

Pour enough vinegar in the bag and seal it with a rubber band

Let soak overnight

Rinse off in the morning

Stovetop Cleaner

What you need:

1 tablespoon table salt

1 tablespoon baking soda

1 tablespoon water

What to do:

Combine all the dry ingredients together

Add the water and mix well

Dip a sponge into the mixture and use that to wipe over ceramic stove

Use a paper towel to dry off

Cloth Stain Remover

What you need:

1 gallon hot water

1 cup powdered dishwasher detergent

1 cup regular liquid chlorine bleach

What to do:

Combine all your ingredients into a stainless steel container or enamel bowl

Mix well then soak your clothing in for 20 minutes. Soak longer for heavier stains

Wash clothing as usual

Wood Cleaner

What you need:

2 tablespoons of olive oil

1 tablespoon of white vinegar

a quart of warm water

spray bottle

What to do:

Place warm water in a spray bottle

Pour ingredients one by one

Spray on wood then wipe dry with a soft cloth

DIY Home Freshener

What you need:

baking soda

essential oil

Container with lid




What to do:

Trace the inner part of the lid onto the cardboard and cut it out

Use the thumbtack to make holes on to your cardboard

Paint your cardboard circle and the outer part of your lid

Pour your baking soda until ¼ full and mix in essential oil

Cover with your painted metal ring and cardboard.

Place it where you want the air to freshen up a bit

Shake a little every once in a while. You can also sprinkle some on to you carpet


What you need:

2 cups of water

3 tablespoons of liquid soap

20-30 drops of tea tree oil

What to do:

Combine all the ingredients in a spray bottle

Mix them well and spray on any surface