It's nearing Fall and during this time I do a cleaning and overhaul of the house. We downsize some - with a growing preteen and lifestyle changes for us, this is good to do a few times a year. So during my organization whirlwind, I came across Cabinet Caddy - an instant-access, pull-out cabinet organizer that makes the most of vertical space to maximize tidiness. Its pull-and-rotate design helps you stay organized in kitchen cabinets or cupboards. Double-decker shelves fit different-sized containers, including spices, medicine, cosmetics, and craft supplies, and keep it all neat and orderly.
Specifications of the Cabinet Caddy:
Fits most cabinets.
Clearance of 11" deep and 11" tall required for a proper fit.
Modular design allows multiple units to sit side by side.
Holds a variety of bottle sizes, including standard vitamin bottles and more.
Lift the handle and pull the shelf all the way out.
Follow the arrows on the base to rotate the shelf.
Use the foam stability inserts to keep items from tipping when the shelves are not full.
Non-skid feet to keep the caddy in place.
Each caddy stores approximately 20+ items.
No assembly required.
Dimensions: 10.75" x 5.25" x 10.75"
So my spice cupboard. Oh goodness, we had spices in there unopened, because you generally cannot see in the way back. I decided to clean the cupboard out and organize the spices. I just opened the Cabinet Caddy box, put on my labels that come with it, and it was simple to place. So here is my before and after pics.
I need more now for the rest of the spices and I would like to do my medicines, and I think this would even be helpful for some of my cosmetics.
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