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10 Ways to a more Organized Kitchen

Does your kitchen feel like a cluttered mess?

Here are a few creative ways to transform and organize even the messiest of kitchens.

01 ~ MAKE USE OF DECORATIVE CANISTERS

Picking canister, you love to look at is an easy way to store basic dry products in your kitchen. They can double as an organizational tool as well as décor.



02 ~ FOLD KITCHEN TOWELS AND STACK THEM VERTICALLY

Stacking your dish towels vertically can save you from a lot of digging in your drawers. Tip: pick a shallower drawer to house your towels so that you don’t have unused space above.


03 ~ ADD VERTICAL STORAGE TO AN OPEN WALL

Dive into this vertical wall storage DIY project. This can be a great way to store items that are utilized every day. Make it your own by changing out the containers to better fit your style.











04 ~ SECTION OFF THE INTERIORS OF YOUR DRAWERS

Drawer dividers can help with organizing even the messiest of drawers. Instead of tossing in your container lids, try sectioning off the inside to create a cleaner, more orderly drawer.










05 ~ DON’T WASTE VERTICAL SPACE IN YOUR CABINETS

Utilize all the vertical space in your cabinet with easy to use and inexpensive cabinet risers. This is a great way to create extra interior shelf space.



06 ~ USE FURNITURE AS PANTRY STORAGE

Kitchens lacking a pantry can make it tricky to store your everyday food items. To make up for lost space, opt for a freestanding pantry. This can be a great way to repurpose a piece of furniture such as a storage locker, chest of drawers, bookshelf, or armoire.









07 ~ STORE BAKING PANS VERTICALLY

Vertical organizers that are inexpensive and easy to install will keep baking pans accessible inside a kitchen cabinet. Vertically stored baking dishes are less prone to breaking than ones that are stacked together.







08 ~ STYLE OPEN SHELVES WITH EVERYDAY ITEMS

Floating shelves provide quick and easy access to items and is a great place to show off your prettiest kitchenware. Placing items, you use frequently on these shelves will help decrease dust collection as they are usually quickly rotated.







09 ~ HANG MEASURING CUPS ON A CABINET DOOR

Most measuring cups and utensils already have a hole for hanging, so why not attach them to the inside of your cabinet door for easy access! No more digging through your cabinet for the correct measurement.









10 ~ DESIGNATE A CUTTING UTENSIL DRAWER

Cutting utensils can be dangerous if left among other kitchen items where you have to dig through the drawer to find what you’re looking for. Consider dedicating a drawer to all your cutting utensils: knives, peelers, pizza cutters. Adding a knife dock can be both safe and convenient to your kitchen organization.

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