If you’ve ever used a fabric drawer, you know they are the easiest and quickest way to organize, but did you know that not every one is the same? The best part about organizing with fabric drawers is that they come in all shapes, sizes and colors! With so many different kinds, there’s sure to be one that’s perfect for your home’s unique style.
Cubeicals Fabric Drawers
Our classic Fabric Drawers are where style meets fun! With an array of colors, no doubt we have the one – or ones – to make your space’s style burst with color.
Tip: Want to make your organization even more exciting? Try out some of our patterned drawers that are sure to give your room that extra something it needs:
The Wire Frame
Our brand-new bins take drawer organization to the next level with wire frames that let you see exactly what’s stored inside. Whether you like the simpler, more modern look of the completely exposed frame, or prefer a twist on the traditional fabric style, either bin is great for families and students because they can hold everything from toys to school supplies.
The Mini Drawer
Sometimes you just need to organize the little things, and have that organization fit easily on any surface in your home. Mini Fabric Drawers work great to help corral messy cords in home offices, or for storing your favorite (and messiest) crafting supplies.
Chalkboard Fabric Drawers
Typically the hardest part about getting organized is remembering where you put everything. Make the search easier with Chalkboard Fabric Drawers that let you leave helpful reminders on what’s inside your drawer.
Need a more refined look in the living room or your entryway? These Premium Drawers come in a multitude of styles and textures that can turn any type of cube storage into a statement piece.
With ClosetMaid, drawer and bin organization is the easiest and most customizable storage option out there! For even more ways to combat the clutter and other organization inspiration, check out ClosetMaid.com and all of our other channels: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, YouTube, Houzz and Flickr.