Clever Ideas:  Great Kitchen Hacks

Clever Ideas: Great Kitchen Hacks

“The kitchen generally has four to five zones:

food preparation, cooking, cleaning, food storage and household management.”

Kathy Jenkins

 

Whether you have a petite kitchen or a large, spacious kitchen, your kitchen is filled with small spaces and little gadgets that can create a cluttery mess, especially if it doubles as a home office, homework or craft zone.  Although we have our own favorite solutions for “cooking up a uncluttered kitchen”, we wanted to share some of our favorite finds for organizing small spaces in your family’s kitchen!  Here are some clever organizing ideas… five great kitchen hacks:

 

Bundle up cords – These Leaf Ties ($8.41) replace boring plastic ones you may have bundling up cables and wires around the home. Bring a little nature to it by using these ties instead.

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Organizing a small kitchen takes creativity sometimes.  Decorating Your Small Space explores creative DIY hacks for any kitchen, especially small kitchens.

 

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Organizing under your sink can definitely be an overwhelming project, but this step-by-step list of must-have products will make the process move much more smoothly.

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Cabinet space is a high commodity, especially if your kitchen is small or if you don’t have very much space, even in a large room.  With these shelf racks via HGTV, you can double your cabinet space.

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Utilize unused wall property!  By using your backsplash area, you are able to keep your counters free via No. 29 Design

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Kathy Jenkins is the President of Come To Order, a Residential Professional Organizer, Student Organizer, Certified Family Manager Coach, Writer and Speaker based in Richmond, Virginia. She is a member of NAPO and ICD and is dedicated to helping her clients simplify their lives by reducing clutter, organizing their homes and offices, and managing their time. Kathy especially enjoys working with kids and their families to help them learn good organizational skills that will benefit them for a lifetime.  Follow Kathy on Facebook.


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