So the kitchen is probably my most favorite part of the house (besides the bedroom.. I love my sleep). Reason why? I love to cook. But it’s probably my least favorite part of the house as well; it’s the easiest to get messy and disorganized. And that’s why I love finding awesome ways to organize and keep things clean.
So for all of you kitchen lovers out there, who like to cook but hate the messiness, I’ve accumulated some awesome hacks and tips from great bloggers on keeping that room organized. Also, it’s a great way to make your kitchen look stylish and chic. So take a look at the hacks below and let me know what you think.
Free Labels for Your Cooking and Baking Needs
Found from The Pretty Blog: See Source Below
An easy way to keep things organized but cute is to label your dry ingredients. It adds a bit of fun to your kitchen and lets you know immediately where things are. Click through to get to the free printables and tutorial down below!
Use a Cute Cake Stand to Keep Things Out of the Way
Found from Serendipity and Spice: See Source Below
With a colorful cake stand, you can create more space and keep things up and out of the way. Also, if you’re washing dishes and water gets onto the counters, you have less to lift up and wipe away. Pretty handy and easy if you ask me.
Aluminum Foil, Wax Paper, etc Dispenser
Found from Houzz: See Source Below
Guys, look at it! With something like this, all of your plastic wrap and wax paper tearing troubles are over! Now you have a simple way to keep them orgaized and free up your drawer space for more important things.. like pens and candy bars you’ll never eat (junk drawer anyone?)!
Awesome Trash Storage
Found from Hometalk: See Source Below
Ok, so I think this is awesome. It’s easy to pull out, a stylish way to hide something pretty gross, and keeps the smell away. How clever is this?
Clever Mason Jar Storage
Found for Table for Two: See Source Below
Who says you just have to store grains and baking goods in mason jars? You can also store things like cupcake/muffin liners in them too. It’s an awesome way to display them and add color to your kitchen counters.
Turn Your Cabinet Into Extra Space
Found from Remodelista: See Source Below
If you have a small kitchen, an easy way to make more space is to use one of your cabinets for everyday (or almost everyday appliances). It also looks pretty darn awesome, so that’s a plus too.
Found from Houzz: See Source Below
Buy it or make it, this is an awesome way to store your knives. With easy access, it’ll give you more room in your drawers for more appliances.
DIY Appliance Drawer Organizer
Found from Kevin & Amanda: See Source Below
Alright so your appliance drawer may not be a junk drawer, but it’s getting pretty darn close to looking like one. So with an overly simple DIY project, you can turn it into an easy access appliance drawer.
9 Brilliant KitchenAid Hacks
Found from The Krazy Coupon Lady: See Source Below
I love the Krazy Coupon Lady blog; it’s filled with awesome household and money tips and hacks. And I especially love this post on KitchenAid hacks, which is why I want to share this list with you. Check it out and let me know which one’s your favorite!
Now if you’re someone who loves to cook, but doesn’t like how unorganized your kitchen gets, then I hope these hacks help you out. They’re great ways to get things uncluttered and out of your way so more recipes and yummy dishes can happen!
Now if you have any kitchen hacks yourself, let me know in the comments below! I’d love to hear about them!
Free Pantry Labels: The Pretty Blog – Link removed because the site is no longer active.
Cake Stand Organization: Serendipity and Spice
Aluminum Foil, Wax Paper, etc Dispenser: Houzz
Awesome Trash Storage: Hometalk
Clever Mason Jar Storage: Table for Two
Turn Your Cabinet Into Extra Space: Remodelista
Knife Storage: Houzz
DIY Appliance Drawer Organizer: Kevin & Amanda
9 Brilliant KitchenAid Hacks: The Krazy Coupon Lady
Chasing Foxes was started in 2016 as a way for Grace and her husband, Silas, to start traveling. However, they started to realize that they had a passion for improving themselves, and wanted to help others level up their lives as well. So whether it's with cooking, travel, or staying healthy, they want to help you better your life bit by bit, as they do the same.