Storage & Organization
12 Clever Kitchen Storage Hacks You’ve Never Thought Of Before
Is something always falling on your head when you open up those kitchen cabinets? Then these are for you!
Use a tension rod to hang spray bottles
Instead of digging for your spray bottles under the sink, or piling them on top of each other, save yourself the mess with . Place a tension rod between the sides of the counter underneath your sink, and hang the spray bottles between the lever and the handle.
Use dividers for your cookie sheets
Even though cookie sheets are flat, they are always a pain to have to get. Typically people like to pile things on top of them to save room, which means having to dig every time you want to make some cookies or a sheet-pan dinner. Instead, use these simple for an easy grab! They also work great to organize the lids for your pots and pans.
Photo: The Container Store
Organize those cutting boards
With a simple package of zip ties and a wire organizer, you can easily recreate inside another one of your cabinet doors. Again, no more digging for a cutting board that’s below all your pots and pans.
Access to your garbage just got easier
Having your garbage inside one of the counters has been a trend for a while now, but have you ever seen any kitchen organization hacks as clever as this? This will make managing your waste way easier, especially while your cooking and dealing with tons of food scraps.
Photo: Magnet Trade
Stop piling dishes with this storage basket
Save space (and the state of your dishes) by hanging a few of right underneath your kitchen shelves one of our great kitchen organization hacks.
Slide this food organizer right next to your fridge
not only organizes your spices but even clears up your pantry space! This gives you easy access to your cans, jars, spices, and oils that you want in the kitchen with you at all times. Plus, it saves cabinet space for all of your new organizers.
Keep your K-Cups close
Love your Keurig, but hate having to always reach for the coffee pod boxes? This makes reaching far for those boxes a thing of the past. This can slide down for an easy grab, and back up so it’s out of your way.
Put your trash bags on a roll
You could leave them in boxes…or use and put your bags on a roll! Simply use curtain rod brackets and a wooden dowel and hang these underneath your sink for easy access. Hang them either on the side of your cabinet or on the door!