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Media Storage - The best way to organize your DVD, Blu-Ray, CD, and Video Game Collections. Has your collection of CDs, DVDs, video games, or Blu-Ray discs outgrown your ability to properly organize them? The solution is to centralize your media collection in a flexible and efficient media storage cabinet.
A custom media storage cabinet is the perfect solution to efficiently tame your collection and enhance the beauty of your home. Given the dimensions of this example the approximate media capacity of each drawer is: 54 DVDs, 66 Blu-Ray movies, or 130 CDs. Each drawer uses a system of adjustable row dividers that allow you to partition it for any size of media.
The half-height drawers at the top of the furniture are the perfect spot to organize smaller items such as remote controls, manuals, cables, and game controllers. In some cases you may not have enough media to go all the way from the front of the drawer to the back of the drawer.
Desired capacity - how many CDs, DVDs, Blu-Rays, or video games would you like to organize? Additional storage - Would you like to organize anything else in the furniture such as remotes, controllers, electronics, etc.?
If you have any questions please feel free to call myself, Steve, or my business partner and brother, Dave, toll-free at 800-616-5354. To help busy homeowners expand and enhance kitchen cabinetry space economically, HomeCrest Cabinetry has introduced a complete line of custom organizational solutions called Complements. Opening up a world of possibilities, HomeCrest Complements makes kitchen space much more functional and versatile without compromising cabinetry form or style. Built-in organizing systems and add-on organizers for cabinetry provide solid foundations for adapting kitchens to each chef's personal organizational delight. Whatever cabinetry is chosen, it can be augmented with an array of creative organizational solutions that work within the confines of any kitchen to bring order to the chaos. For example, pull-out base and wall-filler cabinets leverage otherwise unused space for categorizing pantry items, such as canned and boxed goods. The Complements line of kitchen cabinet organizers includes many built-ins, from sliding dovetailed wood Apothecary and Spice Drawer Cabinets and Corner Condiment Shelves to Base Pull-Out and Base Pantry cabinets with swing-out shelves and door rack organizers that serve as discreet mini-pantries.
For expanded, easy-access pantry space, a Base SuperCabinet incorporates sliding shelves, tiered sliding wire rack, and six door-mounted combination racks (see the top photo). Other built-ins include a rotating Three Tier Reverse A Rack, Wall unit pull-out condiment and spice organization in wall cabinet or base fillers and sliding single or double base Wastebasket Cabinets. Add-on solutions include a sliding four bin Recycle Center, Roll-Out Hamper-Waste Basket, pull-out Cookware Organizer, Wood Spice Drawer Insert, and Pantry Basket Rollout for deep utility cabinets.
Kitchen cabinet organizers like those offered by HomeCrest show the type and breadth of organizing solutions that are available with new cabinetry. Designated trademarks, brands and service marks are the property of their respective owners. About usGoodshomedesign is an online home design magazine but do not sell the products reviewed or showcased on this site. This week's challenge is all about kitchen drawer and kitchen cabinet organization, where you will both declutter and organize things in a way where you can easily access what you need, when and where you need it. The key to this challenge is to break it up into smaller chunks if you begin to feel overwhelmed, so I've tried to do this in the action steps below. It also helps to keep in mind the overall purpose of organizing your kitchen cabinets and drawers. Also, I know many of you have joined this challenge as part of a New Year's Resolution to "get organized." Around this time is when you may begin to lose some enthusiasm for these resolutions, because you get discouraged or lose steam. First, as great as it can feel to tackle the whole kitchen at once don't get more out at one time than you can deal with, including the time needed to put stuff away. Second, as you pull stuff out from little used drawers or cabinets you will most likely see some really dusty stuff during this Challenge. Third, as you completely empty a drawer or cabinet it is the perfect time to vacuum or sweep out the dust from inside the cabinet, or line (or reline) the shelves or drawers, if you wish. The first step of the Kitchen Cabinet Organization Challenge is to recall what you determined were the functions of your kitchen as part of last week's kitchen organization challenge.
Keeping these functions in mind as you work on the subsequent steps below will help you know what to declutter completely, what to store in a different area of the house, and how to arrange the stuff you keep in your kitchen cabinets and drawers. The second step in the Kitchen Drawers and Kitchen Cabinet Organization Challenge is removing the excess stuff from your cabinets and drawers, so there is actually room in them for what you want to store.
The goal for your kitchen drawers should be to allow them to open and close smoothly, and for you to be able to retrieve what you need from them quickly without having to search around too long. The goal for your kitchen cabinets and cupboards should be to retrieve things without having to unstack and restack too much, especially for those things used on a daily basis, and for nothing to fall out on us as we open the doors. You may need to be ruthless, and remove more and more stuff until you can meet these goals. The first part of the kitchen cabinet organization challenge's decluttering phase is to remove all the stuff from your kitchen drawers and cabinets that should not be in your house anymore.
The next step in the decluttering process of kitchen cabinet organization can also be be difficult, and that is removing things that should really go somewhere else in your home. First, remove and put in a better place all the stuff that doesn't serve the functions of your kitchen. For a detailed list of which of the 15 minute decluttering missions pertain to this room of the house check out the getting rid of kitchen clutter hall of fame, which also has inspiration of what others have accomplished with these challenges in their kitchen.
Then, everything that you have left, and that is related to a kitchen function, should be sorted in the next step. Decluttering your drawers and cabinets can become very overwhelming if you do it all at once, and make quite a mess. The third step in the Kitchen Cabinet Organization Challenge is to sort the items you've decided to keep in your home, and will most likely stay in the kitchen, into one of three types.
Your kitchen drawers and cabinets only have so much "real estate," or space to place items.
The rule for kitchen drawer and kitchen cabinet organization is that the more often you use something, the easier it should be to get to. If you're still concerned that you don't have enough space in your cabinets and drawers for what you've got left after decluttering, take a hard look at the seldom used items and maybe do another round of purging.
Anything used seldomly, but that will stay in the kitchen, should go in the least accessible places.
Now, in the next step you'll begin placing all the stuff you use daily or often in the rest of your kitchen drawers and cabinets. This final step in the Kitchen Drawer And Kitchen Cabinet Organization Challenge is where you actually organize the stuff you have left. One of the simplest ways to do this is to think of your kitchen in terms of "zones" or areas of use.
Here are some common kitchen zones you should consider using, and the items that should be in them. You should keep items such as your knives, cutting board, mixing bowls, mixers and blenders, measuring cups and spoons in this zone. The cooking zone is where you do your cooking, either on the stove or in the oven (or microwave).
You should keep items such as pots and pans, cooking utensils, potholders and bakeware in this zone.
The dishes and dishwashing zone is the area where you keep your everyday dishes and eating utensils. Please note that if you've got children it is a good idea to have a special section, within their reach, for certain types of dishes, such as non-breakable cups or bowls so they can get themself a drink or water or a bowl of cereal for breakfast without your assistance.

In addition, if you want your kids to set the table or put away dishes from the dishwasher, make sure they can reach these items without difficulty or you won't be able to assign them these chores. Here's my tips for how to declutter dishes, because you only want to keep the stuff you need in your cabinet because otherwise they will be overloaded. The eating zone should contain things you use on a regular basis for eating meals, such as tablecloths, napkins, salt and pepper shakers, serving bowls or platters, etc. Please note that the serving bowls and platters I'm referring to for this zone should be things you use regularly, not the ones you use only on special or holiday occassions. Idealy the items for this zone should be stored close to the kitchen table, or dining room table, whichever you normally eat your meals at.
We will focus on the food storage zone in the next couple of weeks of the challenge, so don't start tackling it just yet during the Kitchen Cabinet Organization Challenge this week. Further, a non-food item that does belong near the food storage zone are the supplies you use for saving leftovers, such as aluminum foil, plastic baggies, and kitchen wrap, and you may wish to organize those types of items this week as well. I also thought I would give special attention to three common areas in our kitchens that can be organizational challenges, so you can think through how you'll handle them as part of the Kitchen Drawers And Kitchen Cabinet Organization Challenge. If it is a waste land where stuff goes in, and never comes out though, get rid of that stuff and put it in a more permanent place or the trash can. You can check out the ideas for how to organize your junk drawer here, which features lots of before and after pictures from readers who've taken on this challenge.
I asked on the site's Facebook wall what people's problem was in the kitchen, and many people mentioned Tupperware and plastic food storage containers, along with reusable water bottles.
The most important step in dealing with this area of kitchen cabinet organization is to make sure you aren't trying to save too many of these containers.
Next, consider square containers that nest instead of round containers which take up lots of room. There are so many great ways to organize these containers, so I would love for you to share in the comments what works for you, to give other people ideas and suggestions. Again, the key is really to declutter the area and think about how you want to use it, instead of it being a catch all area where you throw stuff. Once you've decluttered you can also use some of the kitchen storage solutions ideas below to containerize the area, and make it more functional. Please remember too, that if you do keep anything toxic or dangerous to children or pets under your sink to childproof the area to make sure that no one in your family gets harmed, since this is an easily accessible area.
Make sure to check out these ideas for under kitchen sink cabinet organization shared by readers, including lots of pictures of what they did as part of this challenge. When doing the Kitchen Drawers and Kitchen Cabinet Organization Challenge you may realize you need more storage space in your kitchen, to make it more functional. I also love before and after pictures of kitchen cabinet organization, and would love to see some of yours. Lots of people have written in showing me what they've done so far, and I'm busy trying to get everyone's pictures up in the hall of fame. We're working on our homes slowly, one area at a time, so don't get too distracted from the kitchen cabinet organization challenge, and focusing on your cabinets, drawers and under the sink this week. Next week we'll begin focusing on organizing the food storage areas in the kitchen, first starting with organizing the pantry and then the next week after that moving on to the refrigerator and freezer. I've had a lot of growth in the newsletter again, over the past week, so I again wanted to take the time to welcome everyone who has joined the challenges. I've heard from so many of you already, either here in the comments for this site, on the Facebook wall, or in the Declutter 365 Facebook group expressing your excitement to get started and make 2016 a great and organized year for yourself, your home and your family. Let's not let the enthusiasm die down, and give up as can happen with many New Year's Resolutions. If you can't find a partner easily, you can use me as your accountability partner by sending me before and after pics as part of the Creative Storage Solutions and Home Organization Hall of Fame.
In addition, join the Declutter 365 Facebook group where I post, daily, the day's declutter mission, following along directly with the calendar. Similarly, you can also see the daily missions now on Instagram, so follow me on Instagram here to join that growing community.
If you're enjoying these challenges, and feel like they're helping you I would appreciate you passing them along to someone else who may also benefit from them. Finally, remember I really would love to hear how it's going, so be sure to keep me updated on your kitchen cabinet organization progress! Some links on this page are affiliate links, meaning that if you purchase a product through them I receive a small commission which helps me provide this information to you for free, plus support my family.
Share Your Comments, Tips & IdeasI would love to hear from you, sharing your thoughts, questions, or ideas about this topic, so leave me a comment below. You may optionally choose to filter your warehouse selection by selecting one or more of the below services.
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Eight of the drawers were outfitted with adjustable row dividers for the purposes of organizing the media. However, keep in mind these are custom made so they can be made smaller or larger to fit your particular needs. Multiply those amounts by eight drawers and the total approximate capacity could be up to 432 DVDs, 528 Blu-Rays, or 1040 CDs. These dividers are infinitely adjustable meaning they can be slid to accommodate any size of media.
In these cases special back stop clips are included to keep these incomplete rows of media standing upright.
It has a slender profile, versatile white finish, 36-shoe capacity, three drawers and pewter-colored pulls. We try to show you what is new and beautiful in this area, arranged in several categories (apartments, ideas, interior design, home decor, home design, kitchen, bedroom, bathroom, furniture, hotels & resorts, architecture) related to the area and style.
It is not to make them beautiful, and ready for a magazine cover although if they are afterward that is great. I've (tried) to make this easy for you, with just one task per week, so that you can feel this is doable, and keep motivated.
This Kitchen Cabinet Organization Challenge is part of the 52 Weeks To An Organized Home Challenge.
You don't want to start the process, pull EVERYTHING out, and then run out of time to deal with and then have piles of clutter everywhere.
If you want, fill your sink with some warm soapy water so you can give things a quick clean up as you go along. If you don't know or recall what I'm talking about, take a minute and re-read that portion of last week's challenge.
For example, if you've got lots of medicine in your kitchen cabinets, but you've decided that should go elsewhere instead, move it now. Here's my article on how to declutter your kitchen cabinets, and also my article for decluttering kitchen drawers, both with step by step instructions for how to do this without getting your kitchen into a worse state during the process than you have to to get the job done.

Some of that real esate is very easy to get to, such as a drawer right by the sink, and some may be difficult to get to, such as the cabinets requiring you to stand on a step stool to access them. In addition, consider putting some of these items elsewhere if you are going to keep them, in another storage area in the house, so you aren't taking up prime real estate with the roasting pan you only use at Thanksgiving, for example. Be careful, however, with high storage areas, such as on top of your kitchen cabinets, or even in high cabinets. In that step of the Kitchen Cabinet Organization Challenge you'll be giving priority first to the items you use every day, and then the often used items, giving stuff used often the most "prime" real estate in your kitchen.
The key to this step is to place stuff where it would most logically go, to make it easy for you to grab when you need it. You should also keep dishwashing supplies in this area, or in a sub-zone of this area, such as dish soap, sponges, dish cloths, etc.
Trust me, it will save your sanity to have this easy access area for them, and will be worth the time invested in the whole Kitchen Cabinet Organization Challenge! However, if you don't have a dedicated pantry, you may need to save some space in your cabinets or cupboards for some food storage so I mention it now just so you can keep it in mind. Really think through where stuff should ideally go in your kitchen based on those zones and shift things around until they make sense, and fit in the space alotted. There is nothing wrong with a junk drawer -- if it actually gets used to retrieve miscellaneous items often, like twist ties, rubber bands, etc.
That way it keeps its handy functions without being overrun and cluttered to the point that it's no longer useful.
In addition, keep the lids of the containers in a separate drawer or basket, so they don't fall out when you open the cabinet door.
If you've got pictures to share, please do so in the creative storage solutions section of the site, and the best ones just might make it into the hall of fame. Here are some ideas for ways to maximize the space you have, to easily find what you need in your kitchen quickly. You can tell me your progress or give me more ideas for how you've organized this area of your home below in the comments. Submit your pictures (up to four per submission) and get featured in the Creative Storage Solutions Hall of Fame. However, I want you to know that we're focusing on the kitchen for a couple of weeks, so you don't have to do it all this week.
Since the kitchen needs so much organization and constant attention, because it is used so often, I've given us plenty of time to get it done. This week's challenge, and also the 52 week challenge and Declutter 365 missions, as a whole, are all about going slowly, and building habits as we go along.
So many of you have shared how much clearing off your kitchen counters helped your everyday life. Each of you has already really helped me spread the word with social media, and I would appreciate any additional support you can give. My integrity and your satisfaction are very important to me so I only recommend products I would purchase myself, and that I believe would benefit you.
Join over 200,000 others and get tips, articles and organizing challenges sent directly to your inbox to help you get your house in order. Its clean, straightforward design complements any panel-based workstations and metal desking. If you are unable to return your order at one of our warehouses, please contact Customer Service.
Made of wood with a rustic-style finish, this organizer drawer cabinet boasts 1 large drawer on the bottom and 3 small drawers on the top that are perfect for housing a card catalog. It is common to have hundreds of media titles stored in disjointed areas such as cabinets, cubbies, and drawers.
At Diamond Case Designs, Inc., we offer the finest selection of media storage cabinets in both standard and custom configurations. A couple of our most popular are the Palatino M-210 and Theater-Tech TT-200 audio cabinets. The top two drawers were half-height drawers intended for organizing manuals, remote controls, game controllers, spare cables, etc. Furthermore, each drawer is mounted on specialized full-extension drawer slides that allow access to the entire depth of the drawer.
Spice drawer inserts keep a plethora of spices orderly and conveniently at fingertips, so the Madagascar Cinnamon does not roll to Madagascar. So it's what you do creatively to complement that space that creates beauty and harmony within the home and simplifies your lifestyle," said Laurie Galbraith, Design Manager at HomeCrest Cabinetry, a premier cabinetry manufacturer. Instead, the purpose of organizing this area of your home is to allow you to easily access what you need for cooking or other kitchen activities when you need those items.
However, if you're beginning to feel unmotivated skip down to see suggestions for keeping the momentum going, if you need some encouragement.
Only large things which are light should go up high, and not things which are very heavy, or need to be stacked or nested. For example, pots and pans should be close to the stove, and the paring knife should be close to the kitchen sink and cutting board. Further, your kitchen layout may not be ideal, so just do the best you can with what you've got. This step of the Kitchen Drawers and Kitchen Cabinet Organization Challenge is what will make your kitchen feel functional, and end up saving you a lot of time, since things will be easier for you to use when needed. Making life easier is the reason you started this challenge, and if you continue I know you'll see positive results. I love to hear what's going on, plus I think all the great pictures of what others have accomplished can be quite motivating. Hinged doors conceal 36" storage space with two adjustable shelves while bottom shelves hold two rows of three-ring binders.
Just keep this wooden storage drawer set on your counter, table, or desk to keep files, catalog cards, and business cards organized and easy to find. Either cabinet can be configured with a total of six storage drawers for flexible and efficient storage. This is a really neat feature and ensures you can get to the desired movie even if it is at the very back of the drawer!
If you really have something good, we will publish it with your own name in our online magazine. With that in mind you can make good decisions about functionality and organization to suit your family's needs without making more work for yourself than you need to. Things that are heavy or need stacking, but are used seldomly, should go in the far back of the inaccessible lower cabinet, for example. The same thing will happen as you complete each challenge over the course of the year, so let's keep up the good work! If you haven't checked out this section of the site yet, I encourage you to do so to get motivated, or to share your accomplishements to help others get motivated too. Featuring two-sided lock mechanism, only one drawer can be opened at a time in order to inhibit tipping. If you have a drawer that is not completely full, back stop clips are included to ensure the media stays upright, organized, and easy to read. The galvanised shelves prevent damage from acid, oxidation and abrasion and can hold up to 50Kg per level.The trolley drawers are designed with anti-drop device when drawer has been fully pulled out. Please include a daytime phone number in the shipping information at the time of check out.

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