They say that the kitchen is the heart of the home. Your kitchen has the ability to set the tone for your home. Having a clean, organized kitchen brings a refreshing feeling every time you step in the room. If you struggle to keep an organized kitchen, here are four tips for you.
- Position food so you can see what you have. How many times have you gone to the grocery store and returned home only to find that you already had some of the items you purchased? By arranging your food so you can see what you have, you are not only creating an organized environment, but you are also playing a key role in reducing food waste.
- Be practical with where you place things. Being mindful about where you place things can help make your space more efficient. For instance, place the kitchen gadgets that you save for special occasions in a clear, labeled box that is out of the way so that it is easy to find on the rare occasion you use it.
- Don’t have endless spares. Do you have hoards of kitchen cutlery that could serve a family of 10 when there are only 4 of you? Most people have many more plates, cups, forks, and other kitchen utensils than they practically need. Cut back on excess kitchenware to save space and declutter.
- Ensure your storage is working for you. You could be wasting a huge portion of your kitchen storage if you are not making the most of your movable shelves. Many of us have huge gaps in between shelves that could easily fit another shelf and hold more items. You can increase your storage space up to 50% by simply using the layout more efficiently.
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