New storage invention for small spaces
The Happy Handyman in my neighborhood newspaper recommended a new invention called Cabidor. It's like a small enclosed cabinet (70"H x 16"W x 3.5"D)that easily attaches to regular door hinges. It could be used as a medicine cabinet, for office supplies, food & spice items etc. Cost is around $200. There are no holes or drilling, and the unit can taken when someone moves to a new residence. This reminds me of the elfa door storage system available from The Container Store. Elfa is usually used where the items will be hidden from view, for doors on closets. This article can go on the back of a door that backs up to a wall. By the way, I use three elfa units in my 1500 sq. ft. home and found those units saved the day for me in my pantry and on two closet doors in my master bathroom. If anyone purchases the Cabidor system, please post your feedback here.