1. Pan lids
You probably know them, those handy hooks for towels. You can use exactly the same hooks to hang the lids of saucepans. Attach the hooks to the inside of a kitchen cupboard, and hang the lids on them. This way, the lids won’t be loose in the kitchen cupboard and you’ll avoid irritations.
2. Kitchen equipment
A blender, food processor or food processor for baby snacks. All equipment that you use every day or never. Kitchen appliances are often large and very bulky. Extra annoying if you rarely touch the appliances!
Put frequently used appliances in a kitchen cupboard you can easily reach. You can even put small appliances on the worktop. The kitchen appliances you rarely use should be spread out over several kitchen cabinets. This way, you avoid having to empty the whole kitchen cupboard for just one blender.
If you look in your kitchen cabinet you’ll probably find more lids than the tupperware itself. By attaching a magazine rack to your kitchen cabinet, you can easily get rid of all those lids.
Also useful! Buy an oblong container, or use a baking tin, and put all your tupperware lids in it. That way you won’t lose those pesky lids again.
4. Herb jars
Storing herbs on the back of a cabinet door can be very space-saving. This way you can easily pick up and find the herbs. To attach the herbs to the door, you can use a spice rack or clips. In these clips you can attach the herbs separately from each other.
5. Foil, cling film and baking paper
Use an organizer, and attach it to the kitchen door. In this organizer you can easily put the different packages. And besides, you won’t lose those clumsy foils anymore.
6. Cutting boards
The cutting boards can also cause a lot of mess in your kitchen cupboard. Attach a hand rack to the bottom of the kitchen cabinet. In this rack you can easily store all your cutting boards.
If you follow all these tips, you’ll be rid of your messy kitchen cabinets anyway. We would love to see your creations appear. Even if you have any more tips, we’d love to hear them!