Here's a quick tip for a clutter free kitchen sink:
A few months back I got around to reorganizing all the kitchen appliances I kept on my counter tops. I was trying to declutter and only leave the items that we use on a daily basis as well as arrange everything in a way that made more practical sense. Once I was finished, I noticed that even though my kitchen was clean and clutter free, my kitchen sink still looked messy because I had my dish sponge, soap dispensing wand, stainless steel and plastic sink stoppers out next to the faucet. It really bothered me (yes, I am crazy like that).
It's blurry, but you get the picture.
Anyway, that is not attractive.
I thought about what I should do and remembered that I had pinned an under sink storage picture on pinterest a few months before.
Here's the picture:
How cool is that?
So I searched, and searched, and searched, and didn't find anything similar. I got a little disheartened.
I finally said screw it, and bought a bathroom type fixture from Walmart for about $5:
Just one problem:
Not to worry, Command strips to the rescue!
I wasn't sure how it would hold up, but it's been up for about 2 months now, and it's still going strong, woohoo!
Now my kitchen sink looks like this:
Ahhhhh :) So clean, so pretty.
I keep my dish soap in that oil bottle ($1.99 @ Marshalls) and my hand soap in a hand pump. I hate the look of the plastic containers and this just makes it look so much nicer. So there you have it, a quick, inexpensive way to hide away your dish washing tools. Now that I've shared my sink tip, I better not see any dirty old rags or sponges hanging out on your counter next time I come over ;)