|Posted on 6 November, 2018 at 13:55|
#1 Turn one shelf into two with wire shelf risers, so you can multiply verticle storage space.
#2 Give your pantry a supermarket makeover. Use the first in first out ,oldest front and new behind. Use up opened items first.
#3 Tea bag organizer. Use an organizer basket to keep your flavour tea all together to make it neat and tidy, more accessible.
#4 Add drawers to deep cabinets. Use durable plastic bins to hold less used items and they are easy to slide out for use when needed.
#5 Kitchen wrap organizer. You can get an organizer for your plastic wrap, tin foil, sandwhich bags etc to keep them in one place.
#6 Divide Kitchen tools. Drawer dividers are not just for forks, knives and spoons adjust them for the larger, smaller or oddly shaped utensils.
#7 Store pans sideways. Put you baking sheets, cutting boards,and pots and pan sideway to make it neater and easier to see them.
#8 Food storage containers. Stack them in seperate sizes with the lids on its side beside them.
#9 Colour code. If you colour code your clothes, why not your dishes? When you open coupboard doors you can see the dishes you use most.
#10 Magnetic Knife bar. To clear up some counter top space use a magnetic strip on the wall for knives and other metal utensils.
#11 Storage above your range. Put cooking utensils, pots and everything you need at hand.
#12 Space beside fridge. If you have space beside your fride and wall use a skinny shelf for canned goods .
#13 Utilize Baskets. Easy to grab bins for goodies on the top shelf.
#14 Regain sink space. Get desk drawers to hang on the nearby counters for wet sponges and scrubbies.
#15 Hanging mason Jar shelf.Put tins and bins on top shelf then screw the lids to the mason jars on the bottom to hold nuts,seeds, and spices underneath.
#16 Forgotten space. On the side of your lower cupboards hang clunky heavy items that are annoying to store.
#17 Better bench. A breakfast nook bench takes up less space than chairs with storage underneath.
#18 Cabinet doors. Hang your most frequently used cooking utensil (measuring cups and spoons) on the inside cupboard door.