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A guide to kitchen organisation

Kitchen organisation is a fairly simple task and one that when correctly organised can save you lots of time and energy. Ensuring that everyone within the household returns items to their correct place could take you a little more organising and even some additional training may be required. To learn how to organise your kitchen and have kitchen decor ideas, follow the guide below.

Larger tasks to organising your kitchen

Kitchen cabinets Organise your kitchen cabinet drawers so that they are clean and free of unnecessary clutter. Organise them into zones so each one only holds certain items, label them if necessary. Use home or paper organisers to help with this process. Finally, maintain the organisation you have installed and keep it free of any future clutter. Kitchen pantry An important step in your kitchen organisation is the tidying up of the pantry. This is an area which can easily be neglected for months or even years if hidden behind a closed door. Tidying up this area can save you money by using items stored (providing they are in date) that had been forgotten about prior to your organising this room.

Simple or quicker steps to getting organised

Counter space solutions In many disorganised kitchens, counter space is taken up with any number of unnecessary clutter, from kitchen utensils and pans to spices or anything else without a designated home. By using a pan rack, part of this problem is taken care of. Use spice racks to utilise those spices you regularly use and store them close to your stove or where you do the bulk of the chopping of ingredients so they are always close to hand. Organising your appliances For those appliances that you rarely or never use, store them away from the counter area and only get them out when they are needed. They take up valuable space and just help to collect dust so find a space for them on the top shelf of a cabinet instead. A good tip for simple kitchen organising While waiting for a pot to boil or whenever you have a spare few minutes organise a small area of your kitchen. By doing this, over a few days you will soon see an improvement in how your kitchen has become organised and looking how you would like it to be.

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