14 Tips On How To Organize Small Things In Your Kitchen

It’s unavoidable not to have lots of small stuff lying around in the kitchen. Here are some tips on how you can organize the clutter in your kitchen.

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1. Store on the Door

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To make the most of your pantry’s space, utilize the inside of the door to store canned goods, spices, sodas and more. You won’t believe how much extra storage you’ll add when you take advantage of this often-forgotten area.

2. Sky is the Limit

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When trying to find a place to fit all those pots and pans, don’t forget to look up. Install a hanging rack, and keep these kitchen essentials out of the way but within easy reach.

3.  Basket Case

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Getting the kids ready for school and out the door is so much easier with an organized pantry full of grab-and-go snacks. Mix see-through, pull-out baskets of dinner sides, pasta and sauces, and save yourself some time and anxiety in the long run.

4.  Hanging Around

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Are you running low on cabinet space? A slide-out coffee cup rack offers plenty of space for hanging your everyday mugs.

5.  Paper Trail

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Paper towels are a kitchen staple, but they don’t have to take up precious counter space. Fit a sleek paper towel holder to the inside of your cabinet door to give your paper towels a new, hidden home.

6.  Stackable Solution

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Double your cabinet space by adding under-the-shelf racks for plates, bowls or mugs. Not only will you be able to fit more dishes in the cabinet, but each dish will be easier to find.

7.  The Clear Choice

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Stunning glass canisters lined along your shelf or in the pantry are aesthetically-pleasing storage containers that make it easy to know when you’re running low on your basic essentials.

8.  Your Search Is Over

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Searching for the right lid for a pan can be a real time waster. Save time and stress by storing your lids in an upright pan rack that fits right into your drawer. Bonus? You’ll never have to hear the loud clanging of lids again!

 9.  Curtain Call

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When organizing your kitchen, it’s easy to forget the dark area below the sink. Stop tossing in the miscellaneous cleaning supplies, and give them a space that’s all their own. By adding a small curtain rod below the sink, you will be able to hang your cleaning supply bottles while also opening up the bottom of the cabinet for other items.

10. Divide and Conquer

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Drawer dividers are one of the simplest ways to keep your kitchen organized. Separate flatware, spices and knives easily with a divider that keeps everything in its place.

11.  Reduce, Reuse, Recycle

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Think outside the box, and save counter space (and money!) by mounting cool pie-filling cans to hold your cooking utensils.

12.  Take Out the Clutter

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Don’t waste a whole drawer on take-out menus and coupons. By attaching a couple of plastic sleeves to the inside of a cabinet drawer, you will have all the space you need, while taking up hardly any room.

13.  Sugar and Spice

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By keeping your spices stowed neatly in a drawer by the oven, they will always be on hand when and where you need them.

14. Clean Up Your Act

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Why have a drawer if you can’t actually use it? Try adding hinges and a convenient tray to the false drawer beneath your sink for an extra place to hide cleaning essentials.

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