It doesn’t matter if your kitchen has a ton of storage or it has barely enough space to do much with; you can still organize your kitchen to be the ideal set up for all of your cooking needs. Taking a minimalistic approach to your kitchen allows for easy organization without taking away the fun of creating a delicious meal with family and friends. Here are just a few ways your kitchen can work for you!
Secret Compartments – Pocket doors are an amusing, convenient option for organizing your kitchen. Instead of opening like a cabinet, the storage space opens like a drawer, and can be seen no matter which side it’s opened. These are pockets of storage designed to go in between the cabinets. It’s a great way to add more space, and it forces the kitchen to stay organized.
Reusable Is The New Recycle – Having reusable containers for things like sugar, flour, pasta, etc. can keep them fresh longer since they’re not being used every day. There won’t be accidental purchases since everything will have a place and be easy to find. Nothing will get tossed in the back of a cabinet and forgotten.
Inner-Storage Containers – Drawers can easily be organized with smaller containers from places like a storage supply store or even a dollar store. It doesn’t need to be fancy it just needs to work. It’s an easy way to organize the utensils so everything has a place instead of one big jumbled mess.
Spin Me Right Round – Lazy Susans are great for keeping small things like spices organized! Everything fits on the platter, and it can spin around so it can be easily accessed. A Lazy Susan, with multiple tiers, can space things out even more, but it depends on how much space the cabinet or countertop has to work with. Always take measurements before you purchase anything! It’ll save a lot of headaches in the long run.