JENNA KATE AT HOME
The first step in organizing your kitchen cabinets and drawers is to empty everything out. You need a clean slate to figure out how much storage space you have to work with.
Once I started intentionally using organizers in my cabinets and drawers, keeping my kitchen clean and organized became a much easier task. I know the same will be true for you!.
If you store them in a cabinet, stacking them is fine. If you have drawers, like I do in my new kitchen, then a peg organizer stops them moving around and gives them a designated spot.
For flatware, we use this maple organizer for our shallow top drawers in our island. If your drawers are deeper, you can also get a two-tier cutlery organizer that allows for separate compartments, top and bottom, in one single drawer.
I used a wooden spice drawer insert to create the base for the spice rack, then emptied out all my spice containers into these bamboo spice jars with custom spice labels.
A pull-out trash organizer makes good use of deep lower cabinet space, and ensures that your trash cans have a home that’s not right out in the open!
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