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How to Organize your Kitchen Cabinets
The worst thing you can have in your home is clutter and your kitchen cabinets going crazy with all these different glassware, spices, pots and pans and more.
To ignore that mess and enjoy a well-organized kitchen follow these simple steps below.
. Baskets and Bins
Use them to contain small items that might otherwise create clutter, such as spices, dish towels, or cleaning supplies.
. Drawer Organizer
Divide flatware or utensils within drawers. Arrange separate components to fill a drawer or look for expandable one-piece units.
· Spice Racks
Contain spice bottles on wire racks that sit in wall cabinets, fit into drawers, or are mounted on walls.
· Stacking shelves
Utilize cabinets top to bottom by placing plastic-coated wire shelves in between shelves to double storage capacity.
· Bowls, Pots, and Pans
Place paper plates or sheets of paper towels in between layers to prevent scratching (use nonabsorbent coated paper plates between cast-iron pans, which tend to retain traces of oil).
· Non Breakable Flat Items
Store cutting boards and baking pans upright, by installing tension rods between shelves.
. Glassware, Dinnerware, and Serving Pieces
Group by pattern, collection, or function -- for example, all transferware in one group and Fiesta ware in another, or everyday glasses on one shelf with special-occasion stemware on another. Stack no more than four to six plates together.
Group wooden utensils in one crock, stainless-steel ones in another. Line up crocks next to the cooktop, for easy access.