These space-saving kitchen organization projects will make your space look tidier and more stylish!
You must have noticed how much we love budget-friendly and easy home projects that will improve our space. From painting our front door to creating the perfect gallery wall, as long as it doesn’t break the bank or take too much time, why not give it a shot? If you’re like us who has a few extra hours this weekend, we have a new project idea that you’ll absolutely love: kitchen organization projects! Yes, your kitchen is one of the easiest rooms to give a mini makeover and to organize. Keep scrolling if you’re ready to do some DIY kitchen projects with us!
Add Riser Shelves for Dishes and Glasses
If you have a lot of unused space in your dish cabinet, yet it still looks disorganized, we suggest using a riser shelf. A riser shelf can double your dish cabinet’s space. Plus, each item will have a designated space. Imagine, you don’t have to stack dishes or glasses anymore like a fragile game of Jenga.
Create a Designated Coffee and Tea Drawer
Some people start their day by jogging, but many of us start our day with a cup of coffee or tea. One of the kitchen organization projects you can do is to create a coffee or tea drawer. Start by cleaning out the drawer nearest to the coffee machine, then stack or organize your coffee and tea bags by using a tea box or organizers that will fit the drawer. You can also store coffee beans and measuring devices in the drawer.
Decant Your Spices Into Matching Jars
If you want to make your kitchen spices look good, the answer is simple: matching jars! Everything looks prettier in coordinated glass jars. Don’t forget to label them! You can either print your labels or write your own.
Turn an Empty Drawer Into a Produce Storage Bin
If you’re one of the lucky people who have so much cabinet space, then we suggest utilizing empty drawers with produce storage bins. You can store apples, potatoes, and onions in these storage bins.
Utilize Your Cabinet Doors
One of the kitchen organization projects you’ll love is utilizing the back of your cabinet doors with hooks for potholders, dish towels, or oven mitts. You can either install a pegboard to organize pot lids or install hooks. You can also store your spice rack and cleaning supplies.
What do you think of these kitchen organization projects? Pretty easy, right?
Learn more interior design tips and ideas on Omysa’s Design blog. Happy organizing!