In an effort to distract myself until I can find a paint color suitable for my thrifted master bedroom dresser I have been working on other dresser related projects.
Two of the brass drawer handles needed replacing so I replaced them with these pretty glass knobs.
Replacing the knobs led to organizing my drawers, which led to me giving you a peek at how I organize my drawer.
How to Organize Dresser Drawers Super Cheap
The first thing did was empty the drawers and line them with contact paper.
I use contact paper to dress up all kinds of everyday household items such as this, this, this, this and this.
I lined my husbands drawer with a neutral design and mine with something colorful.
The paper in my husbands drawer is one we found at Walmart and the other I picked up at the Dollar Tree.
Before putting the clothes back in the drawers I wanted to add some sort of dividers but didn’t want to run to the store for anything.
I needed a quick fix so I grabbed some sturdy cardboard and cut strips the length of my drawers.
I find that my undergarment drawer is the quickest to become disorganized so these dividers should help.
I may dress them up with contact paper later on but for now they are keeping everything in neat rows.
Do you ever feel like you have to buy the latest organizing thing-a-ma-jigs after reading a super-cute-oh-so-perfect organizing blog?
I hope today’s post inspired you to think outside of the box and find a frugal way to achieve your organization goals.