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3 Kitchen Organization Hacks

Posted by Malta Development on Mar 18, 2015 9:00:46 AM

The kitchen is arguably the most used room in the house. Whether it’s preparing a family meal or gathering the girls together for a glass of wine on the weekend, it’s without doubt that a lot of time is spent in the kitchen. Because of this, it’s imperative that the kitchen stays in tip-top organizational shape.



Here are 3 innovative kitchen organization ideas that we can’t get enough of:


  1. The open shelf kitchen


Open shelving has become increasingly popular over recent months. But from an organizational standpoint, the open shelf kitchen is genius. Open shelving forces you to keep your plates, glasses, and any other table wear neat and organized. Think of it as a way to showcase your beautiful dinnerware.


  1. Tension rod dividers


If you’ve ever had issues with storing cookie sheets, platters, lids, and cutting boards, this organizational tip will free up a lot of extra cabinet storage space. Simply go to your local hardware store and pick up a few of the smallest size tension rods available. Stand them vertically between shelves to act as dividers. This organization tip comes from Becky of Your Modern Family blog.


  1. Mason jar spice tubs


The Mason jar is another item has made its comeback in recent years. If your spice cabinet is anything but picture perfect, you may want to consider transferring them all over to tiny spice jars. They make for a uniform spread that is supremely eye catching. Ella Claire also offers a bigger version spice shelf tutorial for anyone considering this option.


There you have it! Have you come across any kitchen organizational tips that you really love? Share with us below!


Photo credit: FoodForMyFamily.com

Topics: housing amenities, DIY, Tips + Tricks

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