Here’s some visual motivation to help you best organize your kitchen during spring-cleaning season!
From Left to Right: BHG.com, abeachcottage.com, BHG.com, Elle Decor via compulsivelycompiled, Martha Stewart via marthamoments.blogspot.com, Country Living, Maillardvillemanor.com, Martha Stewart, thesocialhome.blogspot.com, style-files.com, iheartorganizing.blogspot.com, houseofsmiths.com, oliviakcarter.blogspot.com via Pinterest, Martha Stewart, apartmenttherapy.com, & penniesandblessings.com
Some of my favorite organizational tips from these experts' photos:
▪ Line your cupboard or pantry walls with laminated fabric or patterned drawer liners. (Photos 1 & 12) Purchase quatrefoil design sheets at The House of Smiths Designs.
▪ Hang pots, pans, knives, and other utensils in easily accessible yet out of the way locations. (Photos 2, 4, & 5)
▪ Organize your freezer with separate, labeled bins for soups, veggies, fish, etc. (Photo 3)
▪ Display your beautiful cookbooks without taking up vital counter space. (Photo 4) - You could also create built-in shelves in your island, so that your books will be lower to the ground (for those of us, like myself, who are vertically-challenged).
▪ Repurpose an old armoire for gorgeous yet practical kitchen storage. (Photo 5)
▪ Incorporate chalkboards for easy labeling, family communication, and grocery lists. (Photos 6, 10, & 13) Great on the pantry door, cupboard doors, or labeled drawers for tableware.
▪ Straighten up your under-the-sink cleaning supplies. (Photo 7)
▪ Create a recipe file, using photo protectors, to protect your recipe cards from damage or spills. (Photo 8)
▪ Reclaim your refrigerator by purchasing some plastic baskets/bins to group like items and make grabbing for things easier. (Photos 11 & 16)
▪ Stack teacups and saucers in tidy columns. (Photo 14)
▪ Design a trash center with specific bins for recycling items, trash, and even dog food. (Photo 15)
For even more tips, click on the provided links above!