This post is all about kitchen sink counter organization.
If you are anything like me and prefer a clutter-free kitchen sink counter area, then you’re going to love this super simple and functional idea for kitchen sink counter organization.
In this post, I show you exactly how I keep my sink area clutter free and how I organize it to keep it that way.
Kitchen Sink Counter Organization
How do I keep my sink area clutter-free?
First things first, the easiest way to keep an area organized is to keep the clutter under control.
So how do I keep my sink area clutter-free? I keep my sink area clutter-free by giving everything a home. If I know it is an item I’ll likely use daily, I give it a designated home on the counter near the sink. And I keep what I don’t use as often under the sink.
I also like to ensure that what I keep on the counters is not an eyesore. Doing this helps eliminate visual clutter.
How do I organize my kitchen sink area?
So how do I organize my kitchen sink area? I keep it very simple.
I prefer to keep my kitchen counters as clear as possible. Here is exactly how I organize my kitchen sink counter in a way that keeps my counters cluttered-free. Yet it is still functional and makes washing dishes less daunting, haha!
The first kitchen sink counter organization hack I recommend is to decant your soap into a cute and matching container. I got this set from Amazon. And it did come with labels, but I didn’t really love the labels, so instead I used my label maker (this one) to label them myself. Ive had these bottles since 2019, and the pump still works perfectly. They are definitely of really good quality!
And not only does this look better than having mismatched soap containers on your counters, but it’s also great because you can buy the large soap and refill your bottles rather than buying new bottles every time you run out.
Another must-have kitchen sink counter organizer is a tray/plate to keep your soap bottles on. There are many to choose from based on your preference.
I opted for this wood riser. I used to have a ceramic tray, but it broke, so I knew I needed something more durable. And so far, this wood one has been great, and it honestly looks much better. And if you use dish brushes, this set is great! It comes with three brushes and also comes with a bowl for the brush. Super handy and cute!
And lastly, I keep my paper towels and disinfecting wipes on my counter too. So a nice paper towel holder and wipe dispenser are a must!
I just got this stainless steel paper towel holder because most of our kitchen hardware is stainless steel and because stainless steel is easier to keep clean. And I’m pretty sure I got mine at Home Goods. And our disinfecting wipes I keep in this stainless steel container. And looks so much better than the original container they come in. So it really helps eliminate visual clutter.
And there you have it! I hope this helped inspire you to organize your kitchen sink counter.
This post was all about kitchen sink counter organization.
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