Incredible ideas for storage problems and make your space clutter free.
Keep Keys Out of Sight
Create More Counter Space
This might be our love of organization talking, but we can’t help but find this nifty, somewhat-hidden paper towel holder utterly adorable. Plus, you’ll now have even more counter space for food prep (and who doesn’t need that?!).
Banish Cord Clutter
Rather than clutter your countertops with cords for your blender, food processor, or other kitchen appliances, install outlets below cabinets to keep counters clear.
Utilize Hidden Storage
Talk about making the most of every last inch! That pretty column might look like decor, but it actually opens up into a super-narrow drawer, perfect for holding spices and kitchen utensils.
Don’t Forget the Toekick Area
The lesser-known “toekick area” refers to the space at the very bottom of your cabinet, which is oft ignored. Blogger Nicole, however, turned this into a thin drawer that’s ideal for storing shallow pots or pants.
Add Kitchen Sink Tip-Outs
With just a drill, pencil, and level, you can turn the unused space below your sink into a handy storage spot for sponges or brushes.
Don’t Waste Space on Boxes
Rather than waste a drawer by filling it with boxes of aluminum foil and plastic bags, adhere a small magazine holder to the inside of drawer and line up the boxes there.
Opt for Rolling Storage
If you have a teeny tiny kitchen, this small-space solution has your name written all over it. This blogger built a narrow rolling cabinet that fits right into the gap next to her fridge to store canned goods and spices.
Use Every Inch
Rather than use space in her cabinets, blogger Anita Diaz added a piece of reclaimed wood to her kitchen island in order to hang cutting boards, pots, and pans.
Maximize Your Cabinet Doors
If you never thought to turn cabinet doors into storage, don’t worry—neither did we. Blogger Hilary added cork to the inside of her doors, then hung measuring spoons on the inside.
Keep Drawers Organized
Raise your hand if your Tupperware drawer is constantly in a state of disarray. By installing dividers in the drawer, you can easily keep tabs on which lid goes to which container.
Ditch the Spice Rack
Think Outside the Box
Bet you never thought to use an acrylic makeup organizer to keep kitchen essentials neat and tidy before!