How to Reorganize Your Kitchen
The holiday season is here, so it’s a great time to reorganize and declutter your kitchen so you can get through this busy time with ease. It’s easy to clean up your kitchen, but creating a space that’s organized and easy to use will make your holiday season stress-free. It’s important that you make this an ongoing effort and not just a onetime thing. Here’s how:
Keep What You Need, Get Rid of the Rest
It’s really easy to accumulate a massive amount of dishes, cups, and utensils. Many times, people have way more than they actually need. Donate your old and damaged dishes and keep just enough for your regular use and gatherings. This goes for spices and other kitchen supplies, too. Make what you need the most easily accessible.
Use Storage Racks and Lazy Susans
Make the things you use readily available and organized by investing in a few storage racks and lazy susans. Storage racks will free up a lot of space in cabinets and pantries. Lazy susans can make anything accessible and organized. Keep your countertops clutter-free with these storage racks and lazy susans. These storage solutions are totally worth the investment!
Clear Off the Counters
Clearing off your countertops will not only help keep your kitchen looking nice, but it will free up space to use the kitchen to its full capabilities. Keep as many things out of sight as possible. When you need to cook or use the kitchen, you’ll have plenty of space – and peace of mind – to do so.
Group Similar Items Together
Streamline the way you use like items by keeping them all together. Keep yourself from scouring all over your kitchen creating different zones of your kitchen. For example, keep all of your baking supplies in one cabinet or drawer; keep all stovetop cooking utensils in the same area.
Your kitchen is one of the most used rooms in your house – especially during the holidays – so don’t neglect it! An organized kitchen is a happy kitchen!
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