Cabinet Door Storage

Cutting Board Rack You can make this nifty, inexpensive rack and mount it inside a cabinet door to stash your cutting board out of sight. It goes together in a snap since it only requires a 6-ft. 1×2 and two L-brackets. Measure between the door stiles to get the maximum width of your rack. Make sure the rack will be wide enough for your cutting board (or spring for a new one). You’ll also need to mount the rack low enough so it doesn’t bump into a cabinet shelf when the door closes. Cut the bottom and face rails to match the space between the cabinet door stiles. Cut the sides 7-1/4 in. long. Nail the sides to the base. Then nail the two face pieces at the top and bottom to complete the rack (photo, left). The easiest way to mount the rack is to take the cabinet door off its hinges and lay it down. Predrill the screw holes for the L-brackets and mount the rack to the cabinet door using a 1-in. L-bracket centered on each side of the rack (photo, right).cabinet door storage 1Improve the organization and efficiency of your kitchen cabinetry easily with on-door storage, such as cabinet door racks and door spice racks. Over-the-door organizers are a great way to utilize unused kitchen space. Custom Service Hardware offers a variety of on-door storage racks and over door storage to help keep your kitchen clean, organized and clutter-free. Shop our selection of door mounted spice racks, towel bar racks, utility racks, and more, and enjoy a more streamlined kitchen.cabinet door storage 2On-Door Storage Over-the-Door Organizers Our door mounting kits are designed to meet all of your on-door storage needs. Whether you need a door mount for your trash bin or cutting board, or anything else, we’ve got you covered. Installing on-door storage solutions give you flexibility in your kitchen for additional space and organization. Shop CS Hardware’s collection of over-the-door organizers to fully organize your home! FeaturedAdjustable Door Mount Spice Rack – 18″cabinet door storage 3On-Door Storage Over-the-Door Organizers Our door mounting kits are designed to meet all of your on-door storage needs. Whether you need a door mount for your trash bin or cutting board, or anything else, we’ve got you covered. Installing on-door storage solutions give you flexibility in your kitchen for additional space and organization. Shop CS Hardware’s collection of over-the-door organizers to fully organize your home!cabinet door storage 4Under-Sink Storage Bins What’s hiding under your kitchen sink? If the space under your sink is anything like ours, it’s an overcrowded jumble of cleaning supplies, sponges and plastic bags. Here’s a great way to store these items right on the door of the sink cabinet. Cut a plastic storage tub in half with a utility knife and screw it to the inside of the cabinet door through the plastic lip at the top of the tub. Just make sure you position it so you can shut the cabinet door when all your bags and other supplies are in the bin.cabinet door storage 5Discover easier ways to store items in your bathroom or kitchen with a cabinet door organizer from Organize-It. These storage solutions hook easily over cabinet doors or mount directly to the door to easily store spices, cleaning supplies, towels, and more. The Over Cabinet Storage Shelf, pictured here, is a great solution to your bathroom storage needs. We also have a variety of towel bars, spice racks and more to help you keep your home organized.cabinet door storage 6What’s hiding under your kitchen sink? If the space under your sink is anything like ours, it’s an overcrowded jumble of cleaning supplies, sponges and plastic bags. Here’s a great way to store these items right on the door of the sink cabinet. Cut a plastic storage tub in half with a utility knife and screw it to the inside of the cabinet door through the plastic lip at the top of the tub. Just make sure you position it so you can shut the cabinet door when all your bags and other supplies are in the bin.cabinet door storage 7Cabinet Door Message Board A sheet of metal and a dry-erase board can turn any cabinet door into a convenient message center. You’ll find 2 x 2-ft. lengths of plastic-coated hardboard (often called “whiteboard”) and sheet metal at a hardware store or home center. Larger hardware stores will cut the sheet metal to your specifications. Be sure to get steel instead of aluminum so magnets will stick. If you cut the metal yourself, wear gloves to protect your hands and use tin snips carefully. Use a metal file to smooth any ragged edges. If you don’t have a table saw to cut the whiteboard, flip it over, mark your measurements and use a jigsaw to cut it from the back to prevent chipping or splintering. To get a straight cut, use a framing square as a guide (photo, left). To mount the metal sheet and whiteboard to the inside of the door, take the door off its hinges, lay it flat and carefully mask off the area where you want to spray the adhesive. Follow the directions on the can to apply the adhesive to the door, metal and whiteboard (photo, right). Mount the pieces, press firmly and let dry.cabinet door storage 8Cutting Board Storage To store cutting boards, mount a rack on a cabinet door (Check out these other inside-cabinet door storage ideas, too). Use a sheet of 1/4-in.-thick acrylic plastic; plywood would also work. You can cut acrylic with a table saw or circular saw as long as you cut slowly. Knock off the sharp edges with sandpaper. Round the lower corners with a belt sander. For spacers, use No. 14-8 crimp sleeves (in the electrical aisle at home centers), or any type of tube or even blocks of wood would work.cabinet door storage 9To store cutting boards, mount a rack on a cabinet door (Check out these other inside-cabinet door storage ideas, too). Use a sheet of 1/4-in.-thick acrylic plastic; plywood would also work. You can cut acrylic with a table saw or circular saw as long as you cut slowly. Knock off the sharp edges with sandpaper. Round the lower corners with a belt sander. For spacers, use No. 14-8 crimp sleeves (in the electrical aisle at home centers), or any type of tube or even blocks of wood would work.cabinet door storage 10You can size this knife rack to suit any cabinet door and any number of knives. To build it, you just need a table saw and wood scraps. Run the scraps across the saw on edge to cut kerfs. Adjust the blade height to suit the width of the knife blades. You have to remove the saw’s blade guard for these cuts, so be extra careful. Also cut a thin strip to act as an end cap. Glue and clamp the kerfed scraps together and sand the knife rack until the joints are flush. To mount it, use two 1-1/4-in. screws and finish washers. Plus: check out these great cabinet door storage ideas.cabinet door storage 11Instant Knife Rack You can size this knife rack to suit any cabinet door and any number of knives. To build it, you just need a table saw and wood scraps. Run the scraps across the saw on edge to cut kerfs. Adjust the blade height to suit the width of the knife blades. You have to remove the saw’s blade guard for these cuts, so be extra careful. Also cut a thin strip to act as an end cap. Glue and clamp the kerfed scraps together and sand the knife rack until the joints are flush. To mount it, use two 1-1/4-in. screws and finish washers. Plus: check out these great cabinet door storage ideas.cabinet door storage 12Over The Door Organizers Staying organized can be a challenge, especially when it comes to your closets, but it doesn’t have to be with the wide selection of organization solutions here at Bed Bath & Beyond. Over the door organizers are perfect for keeping clutter off your floors and neatly packed away. Never worry about being late in the morning because you can’t find one of your shoes by storing your shoes in an over the door shoe organizer. Your shoes will stay organized and you can keep your closet floor free from clutter. Over the door hangers can also organize belts, ties, purses, and more. Over the door storage is great for any room in your house, not just your room. You can store bath products to reduce clutter on your counter, leaving you with a space that is tidy and clean.cabinet door storage 13If you don’t have radiators, finding a good spot to dry wet hats and mittens can be tough. Tossing them into a plastic bin gets them out of the way, but they never dry and it’s no fun putting on damp mittens in the morning. This simple back-of-the-door glove and cap rack allows wet things to dry and keeps easily misplaced items organized. (Check out these other inside-cabinet door storage ideas, too!) Just string clothespins on aluminum wire (it won’t rust) and stretch it between screw eyes on the back of a closet door. This also works great out in the garage for drying garden and work gloves.

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