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Get this great product here: MelodySusie Large Capacity Acrylic Cosmetic Organizer 


I’ve been struggling to find ways to keep my home organized, so when I saw this MelodySusie large capacity acrylic organizer I was so excited to give it a try! When I opened up the box I was really impressed by the thick, sturdy acrylic construction – clearly high quality. There are three separate pieces in this set. The largest piece is the set of drawers. As you can see in my video, there are two narrow drawers on the top drawer with two wider drawers beneath. The drawer on the very bottom is deeper than the one in the middle. All of the drawers glide in and out of the frame smoothly, as long as they are not overfilled. I really like that each of the drawers has a custom fit piece of liner fabric – this is a black mesh material that provides a bit of cushioning to protect the items I am storing and also help prevent the acrylic from being scratched. There are so many possible uses for these drawers, from cosmetics to jewelry to even office supplies or small knick knacks. I’ve been using it for makeup and other cosmetics items, with lipsticks in one small drawer, tweezers and nail scissors in the other small drawer, nail files and makeup pencils in the shorter wide drawer, and some of my larger items like my facial cleansing brush in the taller drawer at the bottom.

Drawer Section Dimensions:
Upper Drawers: 4 ¾” x 5 ¼” interior opening, 1 ¼” deep
Middle Drawer: 10″ x 5 ¼” interior opening, 1 ¼” deep
Bottom Drawer: 10″ x 5 ¼” interior opening, 2″ deep
Whole Drawer Unit: 11″ wide, 5 ¼” tall, 5 ¾” deep


The next piece is an acrylic tray with 10 compartments which can either be placed on top of the drawer unit, inside the largest drawer to easily divide it into smaller spaces, or used separately on its own. This pieces has 6 small sections (1 ¾” x 1 ½”) which are perfect for lipstick, lip balm, or nail polish; three slots across the back (3 ¼” x 1 ½”) that are good for taller bottles or small pads of paper and a larger space in the front (4 ¼” x 3″) that I like using for hair ties and clips. This whole piece would also be great as a jewelry organizer, placing watches and bracelets in the back, earrings or pendants in the small slots and chunkier necklaces or brooches in the large section. 

Then there is a taller piece that nests onto the top of the drawer unit or can be used on its own. This section for me is perfect for the everyday items I use when getting ready in the morning. There are 6 small sections in front (4 of them are 1″ x 1 ⅛” and the other two are 1 ¾” x 1 ⅛”) which are perfect for lipstick or lip balm and I also find handy to hold a pen or pencil if I need to jot down a quick note, two tall sections in the back (a wide one: 4 ¾” x 2″ and 3″ tall and a curved triangular one) that I like for brushes, and taller items like deodorant, moisturizer, and liquid foundation, and finally two curved sections on the right front that provide nice open space for things like hair clips and ties, small pots of eyeshadow, and more.

All in all I am so happy with the MelodySusie organizer. Instantly this has allowed me to declutter the countertop and drawers in my bathroom and simplify my daily routine by grouping together all the items I use in the morning. I love how many different ways I can configure the organizer to be just right for me, by using the tray piece either inside the large drawer or on its own and choosing whether to place the tray or taller piece on top of the drawers. For now I am using the taller piece on top of the drawers and using the tray section completely separately in another part of the house.

I’m very glad that I was able to order this as a free promotional sample in order to evaluate and provide my honest review.


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