Below are some cool life hacks to help you organise your kitchen.
1. Recycle Mason Jars To Store Kitchen Utensils
The mason jar is a DIY favourite, and why not? They’ve versatile and can be used to store different types of items. Try labeling some jars and use them to organise your kitchen utensils.
2. Make Use Of Under The Sink Space
The space under the sink usually won’t have enough room for a drawer or cabinet, and so is usually left unused. With some creativity you can actually use that space to store your detergents, bleach, etc.
3. Mason Jars That Screw To Bottom Of Shelves / Cabinets
Stick some mason jar lids under a cabinet, and you can use them as holders for the mason jars. Fill them with herbs or cookies, and screw them to the lids to save space.
4. Hang A Sponge Holder In Your Sink
Having your dishwashing sponge just thrown all around the sink is annoying. Buy a cheap sponge holder to keep your sink organised.
5. Rails Inside Cabinet Doors For Hanging
There’s always that extra space behind the cabinet doors that we don’t use. Affix some rails to the doors and you have some great hanging spaces for utensils or pot lids.
6. Door Cabinet Spice Racks
Instead of rails, you can also fix some small racks to the cabinet doors to store your herbs and spices.
7. Magnetic Knife Racks
You don’t need a huge knife block taking up table space. Stick your knives on the wall with these magnetic knife racks.
8. Magnetic Fridge Outer Storage
We usually just stick fridge magnets on the side of the fridge, but did you know you can also buy small magnetic racks and shelves to use as extra storage on the side of the fridge?
9. Hang Kitchen Utensils From Wall Hooks
You can buy cheap wall hooks or even hang them on rails, and they are a great place to hang your ladles and other utensils.
10. Shelves. Lots Of Shelves. Trust Us.
Kitchens usually have ovens and stoves and cabinets. What do they have in common? They’re all on the floor! Make use of all that wall space by installing some shelves, the more the better. Trust us, you can always use more shelves in the kitchen.
11. Hang Your Pots On The Walls
Remember the hooks from earlier? You can also use them to hang your pots and pans on. Much better than trying to fit them inside your cabinets.
12. Better Yet, Hang Them From The Ceiling
Another typically unused kitchen space: the ceiling. Take advantage of that ceiling space and hang your pots overhead. All your pots and pans are now just an arm’s reach away.
13. Organisers For Your Drawers
Sick of shuffling things around in your drawer? These drawer organisers help separate items in drawers so they don’t get in each others’ ways.
14. Plate Organisers
These plate organisers are cheap and they help you store your dishes vertically, saving you a lot of cabinet space.