The kitchen is easily one of the most important rooms in your house and one that guests almost almost see. However, it is also one of the easiest to get cluttered with all of the appliances, food storage containers, and utensils. Not to worry, though, with these kitchen organization tips you can transform even the smallest and most cluttered kitchens into a neat & organized space that you’ll be proud to show your guests.
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1. Measuring Utensils & Conversion Chart
We’ve all been there. You are in the middle of cooking dinner, your hands are covered in raw egg or oil and you cannot remember how many Tbsp in 1/4 cup. Instead of having to stop, wash your hands and google it, you can easily make a super useful chart (using chalkboard paper) in one of your cabinets where you can write out common measurement conversions and hang your measuring cups. Adorable and useful – what else can you ask for? (via Modish & Main)
2. Genius Hack for Organizing Food Wrap
I love that kitchen organizing tips like this one not only make the space look neat, but are also super practical. Plus, you don’t even need to be handy since all it calls for are some simple wooden dowels and a couple command hooks. (via I Heart Organizing)
3. Cheap & Easy Cord Organizing Hack for Kitchen Appliances
While I try not to clutter my counter with too many kitchen appliances, I do like to keep my Kitchen Aid mixer out because I think it is so adorable. But, you know what is not adorable? The ugly long cord for it. So, check out this awesome hack to easily organize the cords on your small kitchen appliances to instantly look less cluttered. (via Dreaming in DIY)
4. Free Printable Spice Labels
My spice drawer is a total disaster and in need of a major organization overhaul. So, when I found this amazing post, I immediately pinned it. No more jars of all different sizes, no more not being able to see what it is – these magnetic spice jars (buy some here) with free printable labels are exactly what I need! (via Landeelu)
5. Easy Plastic Bag Storage Hack
I try my best to remember to bring my reusable grocery bags to the store, but sometimes I forget. So, I try to store the plastic grocery bags I get to reuse and this genius hack is a perfect way to do so without looking messy. Plus, it’s basically free since you can just reuse a tissue box when it is empty. (via Grow Creative)
6. Under the Kitchen Sink Organization
Now another area in your kitchen that always tends to accumulate clutter is under the kitchen sink. But with these next two kitchen organization tips, you can recreate a beautifully organized cabinet like this one. I especially love the use of the acrylic spice rack on the door to organize sponges and dish scrubbing brushes. (via I Heart Organizing)
7. Funny Kitchen Cabinet Storage Labels
A super organized space does not have to feel uptight – these funny signs for organizing under your kitchen sink add a touch of humor. (via Polished Habitat)
8. Organized Baking Cabinet
Next on our list of kitchen organization tips, I love this organized baking cabinet’s use of command hooks to hang their measuring cups and Kitchen Aid mixer attachments. (via Two Twenty One)
9. Attach a measuring cup to your food storage containers.
Oatmeal is a breakfast staple in our house, but every morning I waste time fishing through the kitchen drawer looking for the same measuring cup. Instead, use time-saving hack to attach the appropriate measuring cup to those grains you are always using – smart! (via Jen Thousand Words)
10. How to Organize Kitchen Cupboards
This post is a must read, especially for moms with little ones. Her cabinet organization and Tupperware storage will have you drooling. (via The Organised Housewife)
11. Use towel bars as lid organizers
Towel bars in the kitchen?! Loving this genius way to repurpose them as lid organizers in your kitchen. No more noisy clatter as you rifle through your pots to find the right sized lid. (via The Kitchn)
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Which one of these kitchen organization tips did you find most useful? Or, if you have one of your own, share it below!