ORGANIZING TIPS FOR YOUR KITCHEN
By sr0cke2 Posted September 18, 2018 In Blog
Getting your kitchen organized can be a daunting task, especially if you are low on available storage space. To help you in the process you might want to consider renting a storage unit at Spare Space Storage in Springville to store your seasonal dishware and unused cooking accessories. To help you further we have gathered some creative kitchen organization tips for you to try.
Storing your Canned Goods
Canned goods can easily take up the most available space in your pantry. You can reduce the amount of space they take up by easily converting your old 12-pack soda boxes. Spruce them up with a bit of decorative paper and label them if you like. This solution is cheap, easy, and can be replaced without much cost.
Measuring spoons can add unwanted clutter in any drawer. To have them within reach you can install hooks or magnets on the inside door of your cupboards. Command Strip makes easy to use hooks that you can place on the inside of your cabinets as well. These will remove without causing any damage to the interior surface space of your cupboards.
Pots and Pans
To help you in the organization of your pots and pans you can purchase storage made specifically for the organization of your pots and pans. These can be found at most home goods stores. They even make storage bins that can pull out for ease of use.
With the variety of items we have to store in our fridge it can easily get out of hand. To give your fridge some organization you can invest in buying a few plastic bins to keep like items together. To get handle on all of your condiments employ the use of a Lazy Susan. This will help you save on much needed fridge space while giving you ease of access to everything you need.
To keep your drawers from becoming a jumbled mess, you can either create your own or buy drawer dividers. These will help you to keep things in their place and keep you from having to dig through a mess. If you create your own, you can customize the size of each divider to fit all of the items you wish to store in that drawer.