3 Ways I Used the Duck® Brand Shelf Liner to Organize My Kitchen
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We prepare, eat, and clean up meals together, share family devotions, extend hospitality, enjoy impromptu dance parties, and so much more in our kitchen!
For the most part, my kitchen stays organized and relatively clean. I’m constantly cleaning out, decluttering, and re-organizing our kitchen to fit our needs throughout the year.
If you downloaded your monthly checklist, then you know I’m focusing on decluttering and organizing my kitchen this month. And even though it stays pretty well-organized, there were a few hot spots that needed some TLC. It was these hot spots that I was determined to find a solution for this month!
I knew I needed a kick in the pants to get my kitchen checked off my list, and I had already been eyeing the red and white patterned Duck® Brand easy shelf liners at the store because it fits my home’s color pallet.
Duck® Brand’s shelf liners are an easy and decorative way to organize your kitchen and other areas of your home.
I’ve used them in my bathroom, laundry room, and even a college dorm room! The Smooth Top Easy Liner is my favorite because it’s very simple to wipe clean.
I got right to work, and I can say I have successfully taken care of the hot spots in my kitchen and can check it off my list for the month.
3 Ways I Used the Duck® Brand’s Shelf Liners to Organize My Kitchen
My Utensil Drawer
My utensil drawer was sadly out of control.
Does anyone else get totally grossed out by the amount of crud those little utensil separators attract? Yuck!
In addition to being dirty, the utensil holder kept sliding around in my drawer. This is a pet peeve of mine. Drives me bananas!
After everything dried, I put everything back in and voila! Pet peeve solved.
The Duck® Brand Easy Liner keeps my utensil separators in their places. *sigh of relief*
My Plates, Bowls, and Fancy Glasses
I love my yard sale wooden cabinet! It’s such a fun and unique piece!
I use it to store our dried herbs as well as our dinner plates, bowls, and fancy glasses (as we call them). It sits near our dining room table, making it easy access when my toddler sets the table for dinner.
My Dishwashing Station
My dishwashing station has always been my arch nemesis. I’ve always wanted it to look pretty, but also be incredibly functional. I like pretty things, but the pretty things have to make sense.
I turned two of them into bookshelves for my children (post coming soon!), which left with me with three more.
Now I’m down to two shelves because I transformed one shelf into my dishwashing corralling station.
Then, I cut a small piece of my pretty Duck® Brand’s Shelf Liner to fit the size of the shelf. I used double-sided tape to make it stick a little more securely. All of this took about one minute.
What about you? Do you have any areas of your home that Duck® Brand’s shelf liner could be used?
Don’t forget to check out Duck Brand’s Shelf Liner and follow them on Pinterest and Facebook for even more ideas! I’ve really enjoyed scrolling through their Pinterest boards for some creative ideas and uses for their various other products, especially the Deco Laminate Board!
I LOVE the dishwasher station! It would keep all that goopy stuff that runs down the bottle off my counter. Great idea.
Thanks, Andrea! I’m totally loving it! I never stick with anything, but this is just what I needed!
Leigh Ann, I love your dishwashing station. Wow, I’ll have to make one of those for my window. I just wish my house came with that view! Lucky girl! Thanks for sharing about these liners. I like the red patterned. I’ll have to check to see if they have more patterns to choose from.
I love my view, especially in the Spring. We have a beautiful blooming tree right outside my window…and lemon balm wafts in. My little heaven on earth! Dishes are a little sweeter task now. They have a fun green circle pattern that’s really cute too!
I need those on the insides of my cabinets and drawers! The inside of our cabinets are just rough, unsanded wood. In the kitchen, I’ve just been living with it, but in our bathrooms, I have dish clothes spread down on the bottom of each drawer, to keep my cosmetics splinter free. 🙂
These are super inexpensive! 🙂 And much prettier than dish cloths. Although, I confess, I’ve used dish cloths before too!
I love the pretty red and white! I’ve never used shelf liners since my first apartment after marriage because it was such a hassle to put down. This sounds easier to use if all you do is cut and put it in! And its so pretty!! 🙂
Super simple! You can do it 🙂
We have leather seats in one of our cars and a State Trooper advised us to get some that that grippy shelf lining to put under the car seats. It gives the seat more grip and helps it not slide around so much. We used it for years!
Rebekah, you have so many genius ideas! Love it! Thanks for sharing!
Now you’ve got me thinking! I wonder if this would work in my bathroom medicine cabinets? The shelves always look yucky, and the metal tends to get rust spots from the water dripping off our toothbrushes. This just might be worth a try!
Oh, I would say this would be a great way to take care of that “ugly” problem and help with rust. I like that you can easily wipe the shelf liner clean!
Ooh I love the red & white!! I could use a little sprucing up (and organizing) in my pantry. That place needs work. Thanks for the post!
My pantry needs some love too. The projects are never ending, aren’t they?
I always, always need more organizing help in the kitchen. This is such a PRETTY way to do it. LOVE IT!.
Would love to get some of those liners. So nice to see that they can look cool! I remember my mom always using liners in her kitchen, but they didn’t have much color varieties in those days… always a drap white or beige or dark green. Eck. Thanks for sharing about these liners!!
Oh my goodness, Leigh Ann–I LOVE your pictures! I think I could use these all over my house!! Love the pretty patterns and colors! Thanks for sharing!
Great share Ann,
Having an organized kitchen is very necessary as that will also ensure safety.
I’ve never used any Duck brand before but, it seems to be good and i might give it a shot.
Thanks for sharing.