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Maximize Your Kitchen Space: Smart Organizing Solutions

Updated: Feb 23



Transform your kitchen with our guide to maximizing space. Whether you're a culinary master or simply enjoy the serenity of a well-organized kitchen, these smart organizing solutions will help you declutter, streamline, and enhance your cooking and dining area. Dive into our tips for kitchen organization and pantry management that will elevate your kitchen experience.





Declutter Countertops

This small step will instantly make your kitchen feel calmer. Keep countertops clear by only storing frequently used items out in the open. Evaluate what commonly lands on the counter and have a dedicated space for everything. A clutter-free countertop not only looks appealing but also increases your functional workspace


Drawer Organizers

Implement Drawer Organizers

Drawer organizers are essential for maintaining an orderly kitchen. Sort utensils, knives, and other small cooking tools into designated compartments. This will makes it easier to find what you need and also protect your items from damage. Make sure to measure your drawers and find organizers to fit your space. Museum putty will keep organizers from shifting around if needed.



Invest in Multipurpose Furniture

Furniture that doubles as storage is a game-changer for small kitchens. Consider a kitchen island with drawers for utensils and shelves for appliances or a dining buffet with storage. These pieces provide extra workspace while keeping your kitchen organized and clutter-free.


Use bins to contain to make categories

Optimize Pantry Organization

A well-organized pantry saves time and reduces food waste. Toss any expired foods and be cautious when buying multiples of food items going forward. Use labeled containers for dry goods, risers for canned items, and door-mounted racks for spices and small jars. We love these open front bins from Walmart.


Pare Down Kitchen Gadgets

Kitchen gadgets can be super helpful, but be selective about what you actually use. Gather like items together so you can see how many you have and pare down to what is realistically needed, especially with common gadgets such as spatulas, ice cream scoops and peelers. This same concept is useful with small appliances - if no one makes Belgian waffles, it may be time to donate the waffle maker!


Regularly Reassess Your Needs

Periodically assess your kitchen setup for functionality. Your household, lifestyle and cooking habits change over time, and your kitchen should as well. Declutter items you no longer use and shift your kitchen setup to what fits your current style. If your growing kids need access to their own plates and cups, dedicate a low drawer for kid-friendly plastics. Or if you find yourself cooking at home more, consider a turntable in a cabinet near the stove with common oils and spices.


The kitchen is the heart of your home. More than any other room, a calm and organized kitchen impacts the mood of the household. Try a few of these kitchen organization tricks and see what kind of impact you can make!


If you are ready to organize your kitchen but feel overwhelmed at the process, contact us at Tabulated Professional Organizing for personalized advice and services. Share your progress, challenges, or questions in the comments below, or reach out to us directly at hello@tabulated.me. Let's create your perfect kitchen together!



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