When it comes to kitchen cupboard organization ideas, the possibilities are virtually endless. Typically, the more creative you get the better! If the mere thought of opening your cupboards frightens you, consider implementing a few of the following tips. You’ll be surprised by the difference it makes and how much easier it will be to find your way around the kitchen.
Kitchen Cupboard Organization Ideas
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1. Get Rid of Things You No Longer Need
As obvious as it may sound, getting rid of kitchen items you no longer need is one of the best ways to help you declutter and better organize your cupboards. If a lot of time has passed since you last cleaned out your kitchen cupboards, it’s less overwhelming to tackle the job in “baby steps.” Your cupboards will be more organized before you know it! Love these Baking Measurement Decals? Get them here!
2. Use Door Space
If you’re ignoring the back of each and every one of your cupboard doors, you’re missing out on a ton of hidden storage space. It’s super easy to utilize this overlooked real estate to hang small utensils, Spices and more!.
Go one step further, to create a secret message center. Use chalkboard paint to paint the inside of one of your most-used cupboard doors. If painting isn’t your thing, line the door with corkboard. The second option even gives you a handy place to pin some of your favorite recipes. Easy-peasy!
3. Switch to a Clear Glass Storage Option
Clear glass containers are available in a wide variety of shapes and sizes. Switching to this storage option not only keeps your kitchen cupboards organized and your food fresher longer, it makes it very simple to locate the specific ingredient you’re looking for without the need to hunt for it.
Even better, if you happen to live in a warmer climate where bugs are a problem, glass containers are wonderful for keeping these little pests at bay.
Jazz up the containers by downloading super-cute labels, readily available with a click of your mouse. Perform a quick Internet search. Chances are, you’ll be pleasantly surprised by all of the labeling options you come up with.