5 Tips for Organising Your Kitchen Space

Kitchen organisation is more important than most people realise. Having a kitchen clean and free of clutter is a great way to know where everything is as well as is great for preventing sickness. With all the items from utensils to food you’ll realise are in your kitchen, how do you begin keeping it all organised? Here I have put together five wonderful ways to get you started. Let’s go ahead and dive right in and see some ideas to get things together.

 

Hang your pots and pans from the ceiling.

Hanging your pots is a great way to free up some cabinet and other space you are using to store your pots.

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Use magnetic spice racks on the side of your refrigerator.

How cool is this? Here’s a great way to save space in the cabinets for other things and be able to see how much or little you have left of everything quickly.

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Make use of wall space to hang utensils.

Once you begin to see how easy it is to find things this way, you’ll wonder how did you ever get by before this way to organise came about in your life.

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Create deeper drawer space for eating utensils in a vertical format.

With all the space you will free up using other methods, using this way to organise eating utensils and other items can definitely come in handy and give you more counter space.

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Use a hanging shoe rack to store your cleaning supplies.

Hanging shoe racks can be used for so many things, this is just perhaps one of the best ways when it comes to home organisation.

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These are just some great tips to get you started organising your kitchen space. As you begin to apply these you will likely find a lot of other ideas that will cater more specifically to you and your kitchen.

 

6 Tips for Organising Your Closet and Bath Areas

If there were a list for the most dreaded areas to clean or organise in the home, will the closet and bathroom areas be in your top five? Junky closets can become breeding grounds for unwanted pests. Bathrooms that are not organised and nobody wants to clean can help bacteria grow and cause sickness. No matter how organised we think we are, there’s always going to be room for better organisation in these areas. When it comes to new ideas, check out this list of 6 tips for organising your closet and bath areas here.

Use some pants hangers to hang your boots

Boots can seem to be the most difficult things to store in a closet next to other footwear. Try hanging them instead and see how that works for you.

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Use some crown moulding to hang your shoes

Using closet wall space for shoes can also end any possibilities of accidentally stepping on them and damaging them on the floor as well.

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Use some divider shelves for sweaters

This is also a great way for storing some of your favourite shirts especially if you don’t like using cabinets in the bedroom.

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Store sheet sets together in their matching pillow cases

How about this method instead of having to hunt down each piece when you are ready to change the bedding?

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Create storage containers for the bathroom from mason jars.

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Hang baskets on rails for towel and shower supply storage.

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Starting on other ways to keep things organised will always breed new ideas. I encourage you to take steps to apply some of the tips mentioned here and see what other things you can come up with. Do these things periodically and you will soon realise these areas are not as dreaded as they once were to clean and keep organised.

4 Tips That Will Keep Your Home Organised

Do you believe that everything has its designated place in your home? To have a home that appears neat and clean, organisation has to play a key role. Having everything in a place you can find it easier definitely gives a better and saves a lot of time searching for things. If you are ready to begin your process of putting everything in its place, let’s get into these 4 tips listed for us all.

Store entire storage bins on the ceiling.

This may come in handy with lighter items like Christmas ornaments. Heavier items should be stored as different way to prevent too much strain on the back when storing and bringing them down.

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Organise crafts using the IKEA Grundtal system.

Organising crafts is definitely a task that can be different for each person, but this is a great remedy that anyone can alter to their own needs.

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Find an Ottoman to use as storage for DVD’s and other media.

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Get an organiser for all your cables.

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Organising our cords and other small items are usually things we all put off for another day and then forget about. Taking the time out to work on the areas mentioned here is the best step towards feeling inspired to take on other organisational tasks around the home.