If you’ve been following my blog for a while now, you know that I am slowly getting our kitchen organized. I shared a post a while back about organizing my drawers with plastic bag storage boxes made from bamboo (also from Goodpick!) and you can read that post in its entirety here. Here is a quick breakdown of that post if you are short on time:
These are completely worth it if you want to start working toward getting your kitchen organized. You can shop these specific boxes here.
3-in-1 wrap dispenser
Goodpick recently reached out to me and asked if I was interested in reviewing their newest product: a 3-in-1 wrap dispenser. After the wonderful experience with the company the first time, I absolutely had to try this product.
I think the number one thing that I love about this box is that there is a built-in cutting mechanism that safely cuts your sheets for you. All you do is slide the little black notch across your wrap, and you have a straight cut! (I could never rip the foil out in a straight line. Please tell me I’m not alone in that!)
Another perk is that you don’t have to take the box out of the drawer to get your wax/plastic/foil out, like you would with a traditional roll. All you do is open your drawer, decided how much wrap you need, and slide the little black notch. I’m all for adding ease to my kitchen experience.
One other great thing is that the package comes with labels so that you can label the sections after you have decided what wraps you will use the most. I tend to use foil, wax paper, and plastic wrap the most, so I have labeled mine accordingly.
This little box is one of those things that I think anyone would appreciate. It would make a great gift and I think it would also be one of those things that newly-engaged couples would want to register for when they are getting married.
I hope you enjoyed this post and feel inspired to start tackling your drawers in your kitchen. Each time I add an organizational piece, I can’t help but feel a little satisfied. Make sure you are following along on Instagram and Pinterest for more home inspiration, and sign up here to receive my weekly blog posts.