Kitchen cabinets are one of the most used and chaotic cabinets in your home. It doesn’t take long for your cabinets to become chock a block with cutlery, crockery, utensils, bottles, jars and various kitchen gadgets. To help you better organise your kitchen cabinets, check out these five helpful tips.
Invest in space saving containers
To maximise the space in your cupboards and pantry, then purchase a range of uniform storage containers and decant pantry staples such as sugar, lentils, flour, cereals, dried fruit and nuts. Square and rectangular canisters fit together better and can stack on top of each other. Just remember to label your containers to keep track of what’s what.
Think about placement priority
No matter what size your kitchen, there just never seems to be enough space. Think about the items you use daily and place these in easy to reach places. Weekly use items should be placed up a little higher and monthly or occasional use items can be places in the highest cabinets.
Utilise versatile utensils and crockery
Most kitchen have far too many utensils and crockery, which clutters your cabinets and draws. If you want to reduce clutter and organise your space better, invest in items that have multiple uses. For example, Pyrex and cast-iron basking dishes can go straight from the cooktop, to the table, to the fridge.
Utilise hanging space
To maximise your space hang hooks or racks inside your kitchen cabinet doors. You can use this space to hang measuring cups and spoons and other utensils freeing up room in draws for other items. Otherwise use racks to store herbs, spices and sauces.
Install new kitchen cabinet handles
Many cabinet handles make accessing your kitchen cabinets extremely difficult. This is extremely tiring when you are cooking or putting away the dishes. If you’re looking for new kitchen cabinet handles, then contact Handles Plus Gold Coast. With a range of cabinet handles to suit your existing style, or to completely makeover your kitchen.