Stellar Ways To Organize Your Kitchen Cabinets, Drawers, & Pantry

Maximizing Space And Resources
Kitchen drawers become messy. Spices spill, and little bugs look at them like a personal buffet. Pantries and cabinets get messy the same way, and for similar reasons. If you’re going to keep your kitchen clean, you need to understand where the common “mess points” are, and work to correct them. Following, we’ll explore four ways how.

Eliminate Noise: A Place For Everything, Everything In Its Place
Is your pantry for food, for food preparation items, and for spices? If it’s for food and related items, why is it full of vases, videos, books, magazines, and other non-kitchen items? Go through your pantry, drawers, and cabinets. Find what doesn’t belong. Remove those things. Put out of place items where they belong. Doing so frees space and reduces clutter.

Now granted, there are “non-food” items which should be in the pantry; like blenders, toasters, or other preparation materials. Still, over time, things just tend to get cluttered. So starting out, go through your pantry, find where things aren’t where they should be, establish their proper place, and put them there. While you’re at it, establish order in the pantry.

Put all the canned goods in one place, the pasta in another, the spices or sugars in their own spot, and you get the idea. Make sure everything has a place to be, and make sure you put everything in its place. This is one of the best ways to organize your pantry.

Containers That Are Clear, And Clearly Labeled
When you can see through containers, you know what’s inside them, and you don’t have to shuffle things around to find what you want. You can double-down on this clarity by putting the right labels on each of these containers. Here’s the thing: if you use a kitchen, things are going to be put into disarray. What makes the mess is not setting them right.

Part of that disarray is searching for what you need. Labels on top of transparent containers help you keep everything organized more naturally, and more easily. The only hard part is transferring things to transparent containers, and putting the labels on. A label maker can be quite useful.

Clean Up The Pantry After Every Preparation
Weekly cleaning is important. At least once a week you want to make a habit of going through your pantry and giving it a spruce up. However, if you really want to keep things looking well, be careful that you clean up pantries, drawers, and cabinets after each round of meal preparation.

Did you pull out the box of noodles for spaghetti? Put them back when done. If you can clean measuring or preparation implements and put them back before putting them in the dishwasher, this can help. If you just put them in the washer, you’ll probably procrastinate putting the dishes in their places until later. Everyone is different, though.

Install Form-Fitting Cabinets
Form-fitting cabinets both free-up and maximize space. However, unless you know what you’re looking for, they can be hard to find. Ready To Assemble (RTA) cabinetry jumps in to fill that void. You can go through your kitchen and put cabinets in place that look better, fit better, and produce more available space for storage.

Different RTA cabinet options will have more or less positive impact on your food preparation space. If you go to the site in the hyperlink, you can find RTA cabinet reviews that will help you to make the best choice.

Tactics For Kitchen, Drawer, And Pantry Organization
You want to keep your kitchen cabinets, drawers, and pantry clean. These areas of your food preparation space get dirty easily, and quickly. Form-fitting cabinets can help you simultaneously maximize space, and make your kitchen look better.

Extensive cleanup after every food preparation instance also helps keep things in order. Barring that, reorganize pantries, drawers, and cabinets on a weekly basis.

Clear containers with clearly visible labels on the front and the top make certain food preparation compounds more easy to find, and so reduce collateral mess that happens when you rummage around. Lastly, be sure everything has a place, and everything is in proper place. Tips like these will help you maximize kitchen space and reduce clutter.

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  1. Glesni says:

    What a great article on organizing your kitchen cabinets and pantry. As a newcomer to the cabinetry business, I appreciated being inspired by your careful layout of every area of your kitchen and hope to incorporate some of your tips in my future cabinetry projects.

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