Being a grown-up can be tough, especially when you’ve got so many responsibilities.
That’s why it’s important to take some time for yourself and do something that makes you happy! One way to do this is by organizing your kitchen.
There are lots of different ways to organize your kitchen, but in my opinion there are two main categories.
Small things like trashcans and coffee pots, or big organizational projects like wall shelving or flooring.
We’ll focus on the small stuff today because frankly I’m too lazy for anything else!
For small trashcans, I like to use a container that is tall and skinny so it’s easier to reach in.
If you have more than one person living with you or lots of company over try getting two tiny cans: one for paper towel trash (toilet tissue) and another for food scraps.
The idea here is if someone spills something at your place they can easily dispose of it without making a mess! And the best part about having two different containers?
You only need to clean them out once per day instead of multiple times throughout the day because people will be able to avoid spilling into both cans by using just one.
– One way to store coffee pots on countertops are rolling carousels like this “coffee pot carousel”.
They’re perfect for small spaces that lack enough cabinet or counter space.
– For storing cups and glasses, try using the door of your fridge as extra storage by hanging cupboards on it.
This is a great way to maximize space and keep items organized!
You can also store them in pots (depending on how many you have) or stack them neatly in one corner of the kitchen like this “coffee rack”!
– Wire shelves are another option for maximizing countertop space; they allow for organization without occupying valuable real estate.
Plus, these kinds of racks will give any kitchen a clean industrial look which adds an element of sophistication!
If there’s not enough room under your sink then consider getting shelving for your dishwasher.
– Ditch the bulky, horizontal canisters in favor of a vertical one for more space saving storage options!
– To create organizational wall pockets, use corkboard to hang items like measuring cups and spoons on hooks.
This is also an excellent way to keep kids entertained while cooking or baking with you by letting them choose what they want displayed!
– Utilize every inch of countertop space possible by using containers that stack neatly in small spaces such as under cabinets.
A great example are these stylish stainless steel runners from Pottery Barn which stack quickly and easily so nothing’s ever out of place again!
And this Stackable Spice Rack does just that too; it’s perfect for storing less frequently used spices like turmeric and paprika.
– For a small kitchen, use vertical space wisely by hanging pot racks on the wall, or installing shelves above your oven to store pots and pans out of sight but still close at hand!
To combat clutter in any room, it’s important to keep things organized so they’re easy to find when you need them without having to search around for what you’re looking for.
This includes keeping essentials stored together; think foodstuff with baking sheets and mixing bowls near the stovetop that can be easily grabbed as needed.
Label containers clearly too–you’ll thank yourself later!
Small metal trash can – You’ll want a small, sturdy container for storage of cans and bottles.
Place your small metal trash can near the sink or in another easy-to-reach spot so you don’t have to walk far when it’s time for kitchen cleanup!
Stackable Spice Rack does just that too; it’s perfect for storing less frequently used spices like turmeric and paprika.
For a small kitchen, use vertical space wisely by hanging pot racks on the wall, or installing shelves above your oven to store pots and pans out of sight but still close at hand!.
To combat clutter in any room, it’s important to organize small things into their own containers and shelves.
Label your storage boxes, drawers, and cupboard doors with a permanent marker so you know what’s in them at all times!
This is a small metal trash can.
It’s great for storing cans and bottles in your kitchen, since it’ll be close to the sink or other areas where you handle cooking utensils like pots and pans.
You may want to stackable spice rack if you have less frequently used spices as well!
Organizing small things into their own containers will help combat clutter more effectively in any room of your home.
When labeling drawers, cabinets, and boxes with permanent marker make sure that the labels are clear enough so they’re legible at all times.
Small Metal Trash Can: A small metal trash can like this one could come in handy for containing items near the sink or another spot accessible while preparing meals.
This small metal trash can is designed with an easy-to-carry handle and a foot pedal for hands free operation.
The lid has a compact shape to save space, while the large capacity makes it ideal for throwing larger items away in one go.
This will help keep your kitchen tidy without having to worry about stepping on garbage or leaving reminders that you don’t have time to clean up after yourself!
The best thing about this trashcan is that it’s not just practical – its stylish too! It comes in three colours.
Black, White and Stainless Steel so there are plenty of options to suit your tastes and decor preferences.
You’ll be able to add some personality into your home with minimal effort thanks to this great buy from Rubbermaid.
Some people might not want to buy a small trashcan because they don’t think it will be big enough for their needs, but that’s where these guys have come in with the goods!
The dimensions are 17″H x 14″W x 12.25″D and holds up to nine gallons of waste so you’ll never need another large trash can again!
*This is just one out of our thirteen ways to organize your kitchen; follow along for more advice on how to declutter your most used room.*