Kitchen Organization

#1 Drawer Organizers & Inserts

Contain and separate for easy access. When items have a specific place it's easy for the whole family to keep the kitchen tidy. Double your storage with an expandable, double cutlery tray. Use it for silverware, utensils and serving pieces. Be sure to measure your drawer and confirm the dimensions before ordering! 


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#2 Get the right spice rack

Some spice racks seem like a good idea but in reality they make staying organized harder than it needs to be. Check out the images below for My absolute favorites. Depending on your cupboard size or where you want to keep your spices you may be limited to what you can use. I don't like the stadium like plastic shelves or risers. I find that it's too easy to topple a few bottles over and then you have the domino affect. I use the Swivel store organizers which I love. Plastic isn't heavy duty but I love that I can easily see and access all the bottles without re-arranging the cupboard. Look for something that both holds the spices in place but allows you easy access.

#3 Pots & Pans

I swear by these simple wire racks. It's easy to keep things tidy when you have an easily accessible system


HINT* Make sure you measure your cabinets before ordering!

# 4 Pantry Organizers

Some of the biggest organization challenges lie in the pantry. They seem like such a great idea! Deep shelves, lots of storage, except this big open space creates a few challenges. Reaching items at the back is almost impossible without removing EVERYTHING! And it's too easy to forget what we have stuffed in the back.


Solve this problem with a few inexpensive solutions such as drawer slides, a few lazy susans or large bins. 


You can put a few less used items behind a bin like sauce jars, then put your bags of pasta in the bin. To access the items at the back just pull out the bin. Just be sure to not overload your bin! 

Making those shelves come to you makes the space so much more accessible. Different styles and sizes are available. 

A lazy susan is great for cans. I like to organize like with like, so different kinds of beans and tomato sauces could go together. Use a few if you have space and just group your items together with what you'd likely use