No judging eyes allowed, but this is a behind the scenes of what our Tupperware “organization” looked like. Every time we would put the dishes away, we risked our lives as tupperware would literally fall out like an avalanche and smack us in the face. I know this photo is making my mom cringe right now, because her tupperware cabinet is something else. I mean absolutely immaculate. Last night I had had enough and decided it was time to switch up our tupperware situation in exchange for some sanity. However, mess aside, I cannot, absolutely cannot rave about this tupperware more.
It comes in a set of 18, which is SO.MUCH.STORAGE.
The silicone seals have NEVER leaked and are air tight.
Dishwasher, Microwave, Refrigerator safe
Limited, lifetime warranty shall you need it
They also have THIS option as well.
Moving on. So when we designed our kitchen we did three huge drawers on the very end of the kitchen, closer to the dining room, and the rest of the bottoms are deep cabinets. We’re kind of regretting doing so many cabinets vs drawers, because the drawers are so practical in regards to being stack able. The deep cabinets are as luxurious as you can get, so no complaints, but we may swap out one double cabinet for drawers later down the road.
Until now I’ve wanted to keep tupperware as far out of reach as possible because, toddler fingers, however it dawned on me that the drawer would not only be easier as far as storage went, but more practical, as in it won’t fall on our face.
So I removed all our the tupperware from the upper cabinets and transferred it to the drawers, and now I wish I would’ve done this years ago. Here are a few before photos of our kitchen drawers from bottom to top.
The drawers themselves weren’t super un organized or overly filled, but we could definitely consolidate a few things to make room for the tupperware drawer. Here’s a before and after of the upper cabinet.
I plan on getting a few more solid white dishes for this cabinet, but overall it’s more than enough. Don’t want to be extra.
Here are some after shots of the new drawer organization.
Like I said above, I wish I would’ve made this minor change years ago. It’s simple, organized, and won’t land on my face when I’m trying to put dishes away. Here’s a fun drawer .gif for your enjoyment.
So basically I’m here to tell you, that even if you have toddlers in your home, and this option could potentially be a huge mess…it’s worth it for simplifying the entire process of keeping your kitchen clean and organized. Now I can simply drop the tupperware in the correct stacked pile and be done. No more tupperware avalanches to my face.
I hope this post inspired you to tackle a drawer/cabinet in your own home. It doesn’t necessarily have to be tupperware related. It can be a junk drawer where all the random items go to die. It can be a towel closet, anything. Thanks so much for stopping by and reading! I would love for you to connect with us on our Instagram post! Do you have a tupperware drawer? Show them to us by sending us a DM! We’re going to be sharing a few in our stories!