Published at Monday, 04 November 2019. Kitchen Storage. By Regan Bethany.
There are also many dozens, if not hundreds, of kitchen storage ideas that can be used in any kitchen today. Drawer organizers are a necessity for every kitchen, keeping silverware and odds and ends neatly arranged and accessible. Bread boxes, a staple of the 60s and 70s, are still quite common today for holding baked goods and treats, keeping the counters clutter free. Appliance garages have also become very popular in recent years, as home owners strive to keep blenders, mixers, juicers and more covered and out of sight. Plastic storage cereal boxes are an excellent gift, keeping cereals fresh and organized, their transparency enabling the breakfast eater to easily see which cereal is stored inside.
Whether your kitchen is eight feet by eight feet or twenty feet by twenty feet, it needs organization. And thankfully, the tools for organizing your kitchen can be found in many sizes. If you have a smaller kitchen, some of the handiest kitchen storage items are shelf inserts, and over the door shelves. These maximize the storage capacity of each cabinet. I personally like the over the door holder for my aluminum foil and plastic wrap.
Get Rid of Excess The kitchen holds some types of items that are notorious for being in excess. Coffee cups, glasses, plates, bowls, and silverware have a tendency to pile up without anyone ever noticing. One of the fastest ways to get more space in your kitchen is to only keep a limited number of these items and getting rid of the rest. Sure, it is nice to have a matching set of coffee mugs for when company is over and those novelty mugs are just too funny to get rid of, but your space is limited. If you have a household of four people that drink coffee on a daily basis, there is no reason to have more than eight coffee cups.
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