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Tips in Organizing Your Kitchen



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By : Sonia Smith    99 or more times read
With the hectic schedule these days, having a well-organized kitchen is necessary to avoid clutter. It could not be avoided that as you move through the day, your kitchen tends to become chaotic and untidy at times.

Nevertheless, you can run your life and your home more efficiently and smoothly by taking time to organize your kitchen. Keep in mind that your kitchen is probably is one of the most important rooms in your home, thus you should keep it clean and orderly as much as possible.

Below are tips to help you organize your kitchen:

  1. Check out your kitchen and eliminate anything that you no longer use, together with any food, medicines or spices that are already expired or even beyond their expiration dates.

  2. Remove everything from your drawers and cupboards and wash the insides of the cupboards and drawers with warm soapy water. Rinse them well and allow them to dry and replace the drawer and cupboard liners.

  3. Store pans, pots and cooking utensils near the stove and nesting the pans and pots together to save space.

  4. Store your silverware and dishes near your eating area or near the dishwasher. Use silverware holders and racks to maximize the use of space.

  5. Make sure that children could reach the items that they are going to use. Put things that they should not use, like alcohol, sharp tools and cleaning chemicals away from children’s reach.

  6. Consider alphabetizing your spices and keep them near your stove on a rack or in cupboard nearby on a revolving rack.

  7. Remove big and seldom-used items from the countertops and store in a cupboard. For frequently used appliances, try to add an appliance barn, which stores blenders, toasters, juicers and other appliances on the countertop.

  8. Store daily used food items in accessible areas and store the same food items together such as sugar and tea.

  9. Put food that could be infested with insects into durable plastic containers and seal them well.

  10. Use drawer dividers to organize your kitchen utensils.

  11. Use freestanding kitchen cabinets for additional storage. You can choose attractive materials such as oak, mahogany and cherry wood to make your kitchen look more attractive. You can put them flat against the wall and slim enough to be fitted anywhere in your kitchen.

  12. Try to store your beautifully designed china or plates in glass cabinets for a wonderful display.

    Although organizing your kitchen could be challenging, it is important to make things easier. Make your kitchen a place or area in your home that you would like to be.

    You could be as eccentric or traditional as you like when organizing your kitchen. Store your chinaware and silverware in plain view if it is what you like. Furthermore, you should also keep them all out of sight.

    When it comes to kitchen organizing, there really are no rules to follow, just try to organize your kitchen the way you want it to look and most importantly, you should organize it according to your style and convenience.
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