Creative ways to organize your kitchen can drastically change your lifestyle for good. By incorporating smart kitchen organization ideas and functional kitchen organization products, you can cut down your prep and cooking time by a big margin. Let’s find out more about making your kitchen smart and saving you from hassle and time waste.
Get stuff out of the kitchen
First things first: Get anything out of there that does not belong in the kitchen. If you always clutter your countertops because they are the drop zone, take a look at organizing your entrance door.
There is no need to store fancy dishes and platters in the kitchen that you don't use every day. Along with some pretty collectibles, consider adding a shallow shelving unit in the dining room to view them.
Smart and functional decor
You have a design possibility waiting if you happen to have acquired your grandmother's rolling pins, knotty wood utensils, and/or well-worn chopping boards. Consider keeping these beloved kitchen products as authentic decor items out in the open by hanging them on the wall space available. Only make sure that you install them in such a way that you can take them down for use easily.
Get a Convenience Cooking Caddy
Keep condiments and spices to free up countertop space in an easy-to-carry shelf. Since you use them every day, you still want salt, cooking oils, and your favorite spices next to the stove. But they need not take up valuable full-time counter space. Place all of them in a caddy that you can quickly store after cooking in a cabinet. At any shop that sells kitchenware, you'll find caddies in different shapes, sizes, and costs.
Spice Your Life Up
You've heard of a futuristic thing called a spice rack. Just accept it. When it comes to kitchen storage, all those little containers of different spices like cumin, oregano, and cinnamon can quickly overwhelm and confuse you. Stacking them without any logical order in a cupboard would only lead to confusion. Solution: a rack of spices. You can move your spices to uniform jars and add written labels if you're highly organized. It depends on how much you aim for these flavorings.
Jars to Jars
By storing them inside jars and canisters, you can readily arrange your dry goods. In your pantry storage, you can not only establish uniformity this way, but you can also see at a glance where your lentils, rice, or oats are stashed. Arranging these pots on display on open shelves can also offer a rustic, homestead-chic look to your kitchen.
Organizer for Instant Kitchen Cabinets
For storing baking sheets, cutting boards, and pan lids, a metal file organizer is best. At a dollar store, you can pick one up for a buck. Using rubber shelf liners or tie hook-and-loop tape to the cabinet base and the organizer’s bottom to prevent the organizer from slipping around.
With the help of these hacks and ideas, your time spent in the kitchen will be minimized and your productivity will boost drastically.