Stuck on how to organize your kitchen cupboards? Today, you’re in luck! Finding cupboards organization ideas that work for your home can be a tedious process. Luckily we have done all of the work for you and have seven of our favorite kitchen cupboard organization ideas to help you get started. You’ll be surprised by the difference it makes and how much easier it will be to find your way around the kitchen.
KITCHEN CUPBOARD ORGANIZATION IDEAS
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1. GET RID OF THINGS YOU NO LONGER NEED
As obvious as it may sound, getting rid of kitchen items you no longer need is one of the best ways you can declutter your kitchen cupboards. Has been a long time since you last cleaned out your kitchen cupboards? That’s ok. Keep in mind it is less overwhelming to tackle the job in “baby steps” that to try and conquer it all in one session.
Tackle one cupboard at a time over a week in order to not feel overwhelmed. If you’re like me and have no time for that you can get it all finished in a day by focusing on eliminating all of the items you no longer want or need in one go. Place three large baskets in the kitchen. Label them: keep, donate, rubbish. Keep going until every item in your kitchen cupboards have placed in one of the baskets. If you have some great items you no longer want but can make some money from, then create a “sell” basket to place them in. Once you have sieved through the clutter, find a home for all of the items you are keeping.
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2. USE DOOR SPACE
If you’re ignoring the back of each and every one of your cupboard doors, you’re missing out on a ton of hidden storage space. It’s very easy to utilize this overlooked real estate to hang small utensils, chopping boards, Spices and more!
Go one step further, to create a secret message center. Use chalkboard paint to paint the inside of one of your most-used cupboard doors. If painting isn’t your thing, line the door with corkboard. The second option even gives you a handy place to pin some of your favorite recipes.