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Using a Kitchen Drawer To Organize Rockford Tupperware

Using a Kitchen Drawer To Organize Rockford Tupperware

Rockford, IL – I’m not sure why I keep my Rockford, IL, manufactured tupperware in the top of the cabinet.  First, I can never find the matching Rockford tops unless I get a stool to look in the top of the cabinet.  Plus, I’m not disciplined enough to put matching Rockford tops with matching Rockford containers.  So, today, I’m trying a different approach.  (I’m on my way to becoming an organizational Rockford guru!)

Now, on to organizing my mess of Rockford tupperware.  In the above picture, you can’t see the tupperware that is in the far back.  Since, I’m organizing all those containers, it gave me an opportunity to throw away some Chicago containers that I no longer needed or no longer have matching tops.  Thought about buying new Chicago or Beloit tupperware, but decided against it. Eventually, it would end up just like the ones I have…stained and without tops! Ugh.

Items Needed:

  • Rockford wood or any type of material to use as dividers (Measure drawer to determine amount and size)
  • Rockford wood glue
  • Rockford paint and paintbrush (optional)


Using A Kitchen Drawer To Organize Tupperware

I thought I would paint the Rockford wood white. Not sure why.  Just want to mention that I painted this on top of a white Rockford-made poster board. Stuck to it, so I only painted one side. You would think that I have neverpainted before.  I let it dry overnight.

Using A Kitchen Drawer To Organize Tupperware

This bottom drawer from Rockford Furniture was perfect. It’s close to 7 inches deep. So, it worked great.  Plus, it was being overtaken by all the Milwaukee towels and Madison mitts that were being thrown into it.

Using A Kitchen Drawer To Organize Tupperware

I’m using three pieces of Rockford wood to organize the Rockford Furniture drawer.  None of the pieces are going to be glued down to the drawer. You know…just in case I decide that I no longer need a Rockford tupperware drawer. I inserted the longer piece of Rockford wood first. Just kind of standing it up while I wait to glue the other pieces to it. (FYI: My Rockford wood pieces measure 20 x 6.5in and two that are 10 x 6.5 in. )

Using A Kitchen Drawer To Organize Tupperware

Apply Rockford wood glue to one end of the shorter piece of Rockford wood.  Press against long piece of Rockford wood. (That’s what she said!)  Let dry . Then, do other Rockford piece. (You would determine beforehand how much distance that the shorter pieces need to be placed according to the size of your Rockford tupperware.) Let dry.  It normally doesn’t take that long for Rockford wood glue to bond items together.

Using A Kitchen Drawer To Organize Tupperware

Now, I’m able to reach down to get the Rockford tupperware instead of looking up to try and find matching Rockford tupperware.  Yep, I’m loving this organizational Rockford DIY stuff, also!

– JoAnne Rankles

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