While most of us have the desire to organize our kitchens, but doing so can be expensive and intimidating. Fortunately, The Dollar Store can help. Here are a few ways to organize your kitchen with help from The Dollar Store.
Bins for the Refrigerator
Purchase small bins for the refrigerator. These are perfect for storing fruit and vegetables as well as miscellaneous items. Try to get the same size bins because doing so will give your organizational efforts a more streamlined look.
Containers for the Pantry
Organize your pantry with containers. In this part of your kitchen, feel free to mix it up a bit with baskets and plastic bins or containers. Use them to hold canned goods, pasta and breakfast items. Head over to Label Your Stuff to take your kitchen organization a step further.
Baskets for the Silverware Drawer
At The Dollar Store, you’re sure to come across a variety of small baskets. Pick up six or seven that are the same color and size to arrange your silverware drawer. Not only will this make the drawer look nice, but it also makes it easy to keep clean.
Pick Up a Few Tension Rods for Baking Sheets and Cutting Boards
Add tension rods into your cupboards to keep baking sheets and cutting boards organized and easy to find. The separation also gives your cupboards a tidy appearance.
Tin Cans for Miscellaneous Drawers
At The Dollar Store, you can find small containers like tin cans. These are perfect for those random miscellaneous items like paper clips, tacks and rubber bands.
Install Hooks for Hanging Items
Install hooks on the side of a kitchen cabinet or island to hold items like hot pads, measuring cups and even paper towels. Hooks add flexible storage to your kitchen. They also provide more storage if your kitchen space is on the small side.
When you organize your kitchen, you’ll be making the space more user-friendly since things will be easier to find. With bin organization, you’ll find that you can deep clean your kitchen more quickly. It will also give you a kitchen that others will envy. For more ideas, visit Houzz.
We found suggestions one, two, three and four at BuzzFeed.
Ideas five and six came from HGTV.com.