Y’all, look at that dishwasher.
I’m pretty sure it’s the prettiest hunk of steel I’ve ever seen.
Aside from Superman.
(Mothers of boys will get that joke. Ha!)
My old one just kept going downhill so the Hub took me on a shopping date and we picked out this beauty.
Totally customizable and adjustable, tons of settings, and a third row rack.
It’s like a top of the line SUV.
The installation man called on his way and said he needed a favor.
He needed me to clean out from under my sink.
I hurried to grab a box and just stuffed everything under there inside it.
Guys, it was bad.
Just some flower vases and jars, dish washing supplies, and paper towels.
Somehow, five trays, a cupcake carrying case, and paint brushes ended up here.
Along with a scarecrow, a cat toy, and an extension cord.
Don’t ask me how. I have no idea.
So after my brand new beautiful dish washing best friend got installed, I took advantage of the empty cabinet.
I hung the extra length of the water line with a Command hook and lined the bottom with waterproof contact paper.
I saw the cutest little under-cabinet racks and organizers on Pinterest, but they just didn’t seem realistic to me.
Who needs a tiny trash can that slides in and out? I have a big trash can.
Who needs all kinds of shelves and cubbies when all the cleaning stuff is in the laundry room?
And who needs a chalkboard painted on the inside of the door?
Pretty sure I’m not going to squat down to write something way down there.
So I did it the real world way.
These babies ranged from two to eight dollars at the Dollar General and are pretty heavy duty.
Perfect for holding kitchen stuff.
I put the vases and jars in the back, then filled the baskets with my supplies in the front.
The handles make it easy to remove them and the baskets can easily be rearranged and refilled as my stock changes.
Maybe it’s not gorgeous.
But it’s functional.
And after all, that’s what we really want when it comes to cabinets.
So thank you Dishwasher Delivery Man.
Without you, I probably wouldn’t have cleaned up under the sink for at least another year.