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10 Kitchen Cabinet Hacks That'll Keep Things Super Organized

Written by Grace & Silas
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Cooking should not be complicated and spending time in the kitchen should not be a torture. Many people complain that they don‘t like preparing food because their kitchen is messy, not properly equipped and it‘s hard to find the right tools or ingredients when they need them.

However, this doesn’t have to be a struggle anymore. When you organize your kitchen, it becomes a very pleasant place to spend time in, and even cooking gets so much more exciting!

Be prepared to fall in love with your kitchen after you implement these super smart yet simple cabinet organization hacks.

Use Containers to Store Bulk Foods

Found from The Social Home

Stackable clear containers help preserve the space in your cupboards and make finding the required ingredients so much faster. On top of that, it allows you to buy nuts, seeds, beans, grains, cocoa powder, flour, sugar, salt, and other ingredients in bulk, which saves a lot of money.

Create a Measurement and Conversion Chart in Your Cupboard

Found from Manditremayne

Have you ever been in a middle of making a recipe and then suddenly realized you needed to measure some ingredients but couldn’t find the right sized spoons or cups? Hunting kitchen measurements or conversion charts won‘t be an issue anymore with this clever trick.

Keep Pot Lids Organized

Found from the Krazy Coupon Lazy

Misplacing pot and pan lids can be very annoying! This little hack will ensure they‘re always in the right place and easy to find.

Make Rolls of Foil and Plastic Wrap Easily Accessible

Found from Krazy Coupon Lady

Make storing and using foil and plastic wrap easier by attaching the rolls to the inside of your cabinet door. All you need is some self-adhesive hooks!

Repurpose Magazine Racks

Found from Listotic

Or if you don‘t want to install the rolls inside your cabinet, you can repurpose the magazine racks to keep your tin foil, plastic wrap, and baking paper in place.

Pretend Pull-Outs

Found from Everyday Organizing

Sometimes gadgets and their parts get lost in the dark corners of the cabinet. To make them more accessible, place them in plastic boxes with labels.  This is especially great for apartments or other places where you can’t make alterations.

Install Stacking Shelves

Found from Apartment Therapy

If you have a small kitchen with tall cupboards, get some stacking shelves to hold more dishes and use that unused vertical space.

Use an Under Sink Rod

Found from Jen Thousand Words

You‘ve probably noticed that even if you get your cupboard under the sink organized, it slowly starts getting messier and messier. A rod to hold the spray bottles will solve this challenge and make the area under the sink super neat and tidy.

Repurpose Magazine Files

Found from Better Homes and Gardens

Turning magazine files into water bottle and canned food holders is a great way to save space and make your cabinets tidier.

Store Baking Sheets and Cutting Boards in Metal File Holders

Found from Apartment Therapy

Vertical storage is way more convenient than keeping your baking sheets and cutting boards in the drawers stacked one on top of another. All you need is some tension rods in the cabinet to create slots of various sizes for muffin tins, cookies sheets, and other baking pans.


Decluttering and organizing your cabinet eliminates food waste, prevents accidental stockpiling of duplicate ingredients, and allows you to quickly find the ingredients you need. As a result, you‘ll feel more at ease and inspired in your kitchen. Implement at least 3 of these hacks and your life will get so much easier.

What are your favorite hacks for organizing things in your kitchen?  Be sure to let us know in the comments!

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Silas and Grace always had a passion for travel. So in 2016, they started Chasing Foxes as an independent income source. 4 months after launch, they were making enough money from their blog to travel full-time, and in the past 5 years, they’ve been able to encourage others in their blogging journeys too. Learn more about Silas & Grace.

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