Kitchens function so much more efficiently with lots of storage and organization.
But no matter how much or how little storage you have, there are lots of things you can do to make it work more efficiently. Even so, I have to admit, at least for myself, that it’s a constant work in progress to keep things tidy. I’ve shown you the different spaces in my kitchen I have organized before, and I must say, it’s a good thing I have
proof I mean pictures, because my tupperware cabinet and pantry at the moment need help! For a peek at some of my past kitchen organizing posts, click on the links or photos below.
The insides of kitchen cabinet doors can be a valuable resource. Saving 4 Six painted the insides of hers with chalkboard paint to keep her menu and grocery list for the week on it, which is a fabulous idea!
I’ve seen others use the space for:
A paper towel holder
Pocket caddy with supplies
Pegboard with supplies
And also, the way I used mine:
This is what the door to my baking supply cabinet looked like before…
Then I bought some cork tiles and secured them to the inside.
This way I can use it to hold my current recipe or kitchen conversions, or whatever I need to keep handy…
I only did the bottom portion because that’s as high as I can reach without a step stool!
Hope this gives you some ideas on how to utilize your kitchen space!
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