Kitchens are one of the hardest rooms to keep organized. Not only do you need places to store appliances and other cooking equipment, it’s where you store the items you eat on and with as well, not to mention food and other various knick-knacks.
Add in needing counter space to prep meals, and even the largest kitchen can sometimes feel too small. So, how do you keep a kitchen organized when it seems that the old motto “a place for everything and everything in its place” is impossible to achieve? You make yourself more places, of course. Read on to find out how.
Store your sponge in an upcycled bottle.
Use magazine racks to make some shelving in your freezer.
A desk rack works perfectly to organizing cutting boards or cookie sheets.
Cookie cutters can be kept organized on a paper towel holder.
Installing a curtain rod on the inside of the cabinet door is easy and is the perfect place to store pot lids.
For plastic lids, CD racks work great, so they don’t go everywhere in your cabinets.
A little velcro will help to keep those dish towels from falling onto the floor.