You are at the peak of your happiness: Finally, your new kitchen is ready! Now it’s time to put all your kitchen equipment into your new cabinets. But how do you go about keeping everything in order over time? What tools and organizational techniques can you use?
Get rid of some things
The more objects you have, the longer and more tedious it is to organize everything. The first step is to sort through your possessions. Do you really use this fat fryer or could you simply cook your fries in your oven? It’s important to ask questions like these to ensure you only keep the material that is useful to you. Your items will be more useful if they are used by a new person than if you let them collect dust in your kitchen cabinets!
Use pan organizer racks
Frying pans can take up a lot of space in cabinets. Most people have at least some different sizes of pans, which can quickly become cumbersome, create chaos in your kitchen and those at the bottom of your cabinet become difficult to access. Fortunately, pan organizer racks exist! Now stacked one above the other by size, finding the right pan quickly will be easier than ever.
Use a Lazy Susan
Lazy Susans are round plates that turn on themselves. They are ideal for storing objects that have the same shape, for example certain brands of spices, canned goods or oils. When everything is installed, simply turn to have easy access to a product. They are available in all sizes, so on the large ones you can store boxes and items that are not necessarily round.
Baskets are super useful for storing large items and to better organize your pantry. What is interesting is that you can group similar products, for example, one basket can contain different kinds of cereals, another can contain snacks, etc. So, when you’re not sure what you want to eat, just take out the right basket and make your choice without moving around all the products from your pantry and wasting time. They are also effective for storing equipment used to clean your kitchen, such as soaps and dishcloths.
You can install hooks in your cabinets to hang utensils of all kinds, such as measuring spoons, a potato peeler, a ladle, scissors or a can opener. This frees up space in your kitchen drawers and eliminates the need to take time to search for the necessary tools.