Unless one has customized drawer dividers, the drawer that contains flatware never looks quite right. We end up buying a utensil holder that is never the same size as the drawer, so the drawer just looks “undone.” However, paying a carpenter to make customized drawer dividers seems over-the-top.
Luckily, I’ve found a kit that enables one to make customized drawer dividers, providing organized and tidy flatware drawers at a reasonable price. They were quick and easy to install, requiring only a ruler and an Xacto or utility knife. The whole process took less than two hours, and I’m thrilled with the results!
Here’s what I did:
· Created a rough layout of what I wanted
· Calculated how many dividers kits I needed and then purchased them
· Marked where the adhesive mounts were to be installed
· Installed the mounts
· Scored the dividers with the utility knife and then snapped apart the pieces
· Installed the dividers
It was such a simple process that I wish I know about these kits a long time ago.
For more information on these drawer dividers, click here
|My very rough layout|
|an adhesive mount that has been installed|
|Scoring the divider|
|the first divider I installed|
|Ready for the flatware!|