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How to build a kitchen cabinet organizer
How to Build
Kitchen Cabinet Organizers
Build your own kitchen cabinet organizers with simple illumination to make finding things in your kitchen a lot easier.

Here are the steps to building your own inexpensive, kitchen cabinet organizers with motion sensor illumination. All three cabinet organizers are simple to make and sure to make organizing your kitchen much easier. They have mine!

So here they are, three Do-it-yourself kitchen cabinet organizers, with instructions for installing motion sensor lighting with each:

1.  The Wire Kitchen Cabinet Organizer.

2.  The Plastic Kitchen Cabinet Organizer.

3.  The Pot Cabinet Kitchen Organizer

4.  Install Motion Sensor Lighting in Cabinets.

#1. Wire Kitchen Cabinet Organizer

A simple wire rack or shelf can split your cabinet into two or three layers. Adding wire bins will divide the space further. Store bowls by sizes in different bins. Keep your special kitchen gadgets in smaller wire bins divided by function.

#2. Plastic Kitchen Cabinet Organizer

Stackable plastic shelves make ideal kitchen cabinet organizers. Costing very little, stackable plastic shelves can be found at your home improvement or department stores. Measure your kitchen cabinet in advance (height, depth, width) to know how many shelves to buy and in what size.

Because the legs are detachable on stackable plastic shelves, you can stack the shelves only as high up as you need. Add a few plastic bins for storing cleaning supplies apart from kitchen towels, napkins and other kitchen ware you might wish to keep in your kitchen cabinet organizer.

#3. Pot Kitchen Cabinet Organizer

Suction cup hooks are ideal for creating a kitchen cabinet organizer for pots. Orange the suction cup hooks with your pot sizes in mind. It's a good idea to install one suction up at a time, then hang up the pot, so as to know where to place the next suction cup hook.

By hanging the suction cup hooks at different elevations, you can make room for more pots. Complete the bottom of your kitchen cabinet organizer with wire baskets for storing the lids by sizes

Kitchen Cabinet Organizer Lighting

Even the best kitchen cabinet organizer will prove useless if you can't see inside the cabinet. It's easy to install wireless LED lights which are battery operated and can be glued to the door of your kitchen cabinet. Even better, motion activated wireless LED lights (Like Pelion lights), will activate the moment you open the cabinet door.

All these kitchen cabinet organizers are cheap to make and can be altered each time your kitchen needs alter. You'll enjoy your deep kitchen cabinets at last, and make better use of your kitchen cabinet space.

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