3 – SWITCH TO A CLEAR GLASS STORAGE OPTION
Clear glass containers are available in a wide variety of shapes and sizes. Switching to this storage option not only keeps your kitchen cupboards organized and your food fresher longer, it makes it very simple to locate the specific ingredient you’re looking for without the need to hunt for it.
Even better, if you happen to live in a warmer climate where bugs are a problem, glass containers are wonderful for keeping these little pests at bay.
Jazz up the containers by downloading cute labels, readily available with a click of your mouse. Perform a quick Internet search. Chances are, you’ll be pleasantly surprised by all of the labeling options you come up with.
4 – STORE FLAT ITEMS UPRIGHT
Storing flat kitchen essentials such as cookie sheets and cutting boards typically takes up a great deal of valuable cupboard space. Yes, you can stack other items on top of them. But, then you have to “un-stack” everything to get to what you need at the bottom.
What’s the solution? Store flat items upright in your cupboard or even in the space between your stove or refrigerator and the cupboard. If you don’t want them to come in direct contact with the floor, put them in a wire filing rack.