The kitchen is still not the size that we wanted. The proof is that you often have storage and organization problems in your kitchen. You have the impression that certain things do not have their place here while it is enough to have the right techniques to organize the storage in your kitchen better. Having an organized kitchen allows you to find what you are looking for easily, but also to have some free space. Here are some tips to help you tidy up your kitchen.

Put Away The Drawers

Usually, you have a little rough drawer in which you find everything. These drawers should be stored by category for more organization. To make it easier, try to get transparent containers in which you can store objects according to their nature. With this, you will know where everything is when you open the drawer.

Use Adhesive Hooks

Adhesive hooks can support you for many things and also help you free up space. Objects such as aprons, drip trays, lids, large spoons can be hung there. Place adhesive hooks on the cabinet doors whether it is internal or external; the main thing is that certain objects can be hung on it.

Bags For Rarely Used Accessories

There are accessories that you rarely use, which means that you will not necessarily need to display them in certain spaces, such as drawers. You can take bags or boxes in which you will store all these objects used only on occasion. The storage must be done by category, for example, objects for cake decoration in a specific bag and objects for seafood in another bag.

Put Shelves

The shelves are essential devices in the kitchen of your condo by the river (คอนโด ริม แม่น้ำ which is the term in Thai) because they can hold a lot of things. Place them on the walls of your kitchen, but also behind the doors of your closets to have more storage space at your disposal. At these shelves, you can store your jars of ingredients, for example. You can even have photo frames on top of the shelves.

By Sawyer Cole Harris

Sawyer Cole Harris: Sawyer, a DIY enthusiast, shares home project tutorials, woodworking tips, and creative ways to personalize your space.