While playing house when we were little, we could’ve never imagined how difficult it could be to efficiently organize a kitchen. And how could we? In our imagination, our kitchens were going to be palatial and spacious like the ones seen in one of Disney or Barbie movies.
However, the reality is a lot harsher. A majority of us are stuck with kitchens that are so small that once we shove a product in a cabinet, we often find it once it has expired. Sad, huh?
Nevertheless, instead of pouting and thinking of things that are not under your control, you can use the below mentioned simple tips & tricks that will convert your unorganized tiny kitchen into your safe haven.
Okay, ladies. I know your kitchen is small and unorganized but you’ve got to stop shoving items back in each one of your cabinets. You’re never going to find the item you’re looking for if you keep shoving them.
Instead, invest in stackable basket drawers or simple stackable stands that you can place in your cabinets. For example, you can buy something like this or this. Just remember not to shove but to shelf items.
BANJUL MICROWAVE SHELF RACK STAND ,KITCHEN SHELF RACK STAND, 60*40*123CM
IKEA METOD HIGH CABINET FRAME, WHITE, 60X60X200 CM
Now, once you’re done with your cabinet space, you can start next by utilizing your wall space and emptying the counter that is filled with kitchen utensils and knives.
You can do this by purchasing a magnetic knife bar or hanging steel rail with hooks. Once your stovetop area or the counter is cleared off these items, your kitchen will be a lot neater and you will have a lot more space to do other things such as chopping or preparing meals.
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We all know how attached we ladies can get with our cookware but we’ve got to move on.
You can’t keep saving those utensils (such as hoards of cup collection) or unnecessary amounts of cookware when you haven’t even cooked in that pan for months. Sometimes, it’s important to let go.
More importantly, nowadays we’ve so many advanced cookware options that are suitable for multiple purposes and also save space.
Decluttering is not only a therapeutic exercise but also helps us find hidden gems in the form of free space.
Most of us who live in cities are blessed with the smallest kitchens in the world, so it’s always a blessing when we find free space. And when I say, “find”, I mean it. You see, you have to find this place, it has always been there but you’ve to use creativity and imagination in order to actually find it.
This place could be “hidden” behind your cabinet doors and beside or above your counter.