The kitchen is one of the busiest room in the house and, in many cases, in need of organization hacks.
Getting your kitchen space organized may not be as tough as it seems. So, let’s continue our 2020 Fresh Start series with the kitchen.
Do check out our posts for the and living room too.
Here are a few quick tips and kitchen organization hacks for your kitchen and pantry.
#1 Fit in a movable kitchen island
A movable island is useful in so many ways — as an extra counter top, to store pots and pans and to serve from. This one from Jen ticks all the boxes. She topped the KALLAX 2×2 unit with LAMPLIG chopping boards.
Credit: Jen Lou Meredith
See more hacks for kitchen islands and carts.
#2 Organize your pantry
Some IKEA storage solutions work excellently as pantry units. Like the STUVA, fitted with a few GRUNDLIG drawers or baskets. Being able to see through the baskets is helpful in checking your inventory.
See another version of the STUVA pantry here.
The shallower PAX is also great for use in the pantry too.
If space is limited, a tall skinny BILLY works just as well.
Credit: Feeling Nifty
#3 Maximize unused space
Don’t miss out the gap at the end of your kitchen counter, if any. This hacker used the GRUNDTAL shelf to store wine bottles and herbs. (The GRUNDTAL is unavailable in some countries, so consider using the KUNGSFORS system instead.)
#4 Make use of wall space
Add another ledge if you have lots of spices. Label RAJTAN spice racks to keep them organized.
Source: House Beautiful
#5 Declutter under the sink
Use the KNUFF magazine holder as door bins to hold bottles, boxes of cling wrap, foil, etc against the kitchen cabinet doors.
Increase the functionality of old kitchen cabinets by modifying them to make smarter use of space. If your cabinets are short on shelves, add wire baskets and plastic containers to keep the contents neat and well-organised.
What are your hacks for quick kitchen organization?
What other hacks and ideas do you have for kitchen organization? Do you have a go-to tip you can share with our readers?
Hope you’re inspired to reorganize your kitchen this weekend.
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