Whether you cook every day or only use the microwave occasionally, you probably know just how tricky it is to keep your kitchen organized. It isn’t just plates, cups, and utensils but also all those kitchen tools that you use on a regular (or maybe not-so-regular) basis. Pasta strainers, baking sheets, cheese graters, and rolling pins all take up a lot more space than you think. The same goes for all those things you break out once every couple of years (we’re looking at you, orange juicer).
Whether your cabinets are stocked to the brim with gadgets for every occasion or you still aren’t sure how to boil water, it’s extremely helpful to know how to organize what you have. Kitchen organization can be tricky. It takes a little bit of experience to figure out the best way to configure your cabinets.
But people with organized kitchens have something special —a room where they can relax, spend time with family, and cook and eat delicious meals. Konmari is all the rage, so why not tackle those long-overdue kitchen drawers and cabinets with these 25 trendy hacks?
1. Use T-molding to mount your wine glasses.
2. Use a chalkboard to record measurements.
3. Use glass jars to see everything clearly.
4. Install some rolling shelves.
5. Separate things with clear plastic containers.
6. Label EVERYTHING.
7. Consider a cabinet turntable.
8. Use wire baskets for items like baking sheets.
9. Get a spice organizer with drawers.
10. Make your own special spice drawer to fit your needs.
11. Utilize corners for additional storage space.
12. Invest in a stackable kitchen organizer.
13. Make use of vertical space.
14. Don’t forget to use the doors.
15. Make a pull-out organizer for under the sink.
16. Use baskets.
17. Make your own shelf if your cabinets don’t have them.
18. Install some key rails inside your cabinets.
19. Use Command hooks instead.
20. Invest in a handy mug holder.
21. Use a clip organizer for your spices.
22. Try some document organizers.
23. Install a tension rod.
24. Put in a hanging utensil rack.
25. Increase your drawer space by going diagonal.