5 Tips to Organize your Kitchen
A well organized kitchen is a beautiful kitchen. When your kitchen is functional and tidy, it opens up more possibilities to create fond memories there and to spend time doing things that you love most. The holidays are fast approaching, so it may be time to give your kitchen an organized refresh so that it is prepped and ready for all the holiday baking and festivities to take place!
Here are our five tips for keeping your kitchen not only organized but beautiful.
Display Your Kitchen Staples
We get it. Some pantry staples are used so often that it is much easier to just arrange them out on the counter. Instead of letting these items clutter your beautiful kitchen, make this convenience purposeful by styling cooking necessities on a tray. Not only does this keep you organized, but it can also look so beautiful. Consider collecting beautiful bottles, salt and pepper grinders, and elegant containers to keep everything neat and cohesive.
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Store Wooden Utensils in a Beautiful Container
Wooden utensils are a must-have item in any kitchen. Unlike their metal counterparts, wooden utensils don’t chemically react with acidic food or scratch pots or bowls. Additionally, they look beautiful when displayed on your kitchen countertop. We love the collected look and effortless convenience that storing your wooden utensils in sight creates.
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Utilize Food Storage Canisters
Trust us. Displaying your baking staples in beautiful food storage canisters is life changing. Not only is this super convenient but it also looks so lovely on your kitchen shelves or in your pantry. We love to store flour, sugar, oatmeal, and wheat in these containers, but feel free to swap these ingredients for whatever your pantry staples may be. Make sure you keep your canister style consistent in order to keep your space cohesive and organized. Shop these glass jars here!
Stow Away Countertop Appliances
Unless you bought your countertop appliances specifically for display purposes, put them away. Countertop appliances are bulky and often take away from the aesthetic of your beautiful kitchen. Store appliances in a cabinet or in your pantry to keep your kitchen clean and your counter space free.
Keep your Collection Edited
One of the easiest ways to keep your kitchen organized is to be mindful and purposeful about the kitchenware that you collect. If you don’t have the space for something, don’t buy it, or be prepared to edit your current collection to make room for new purchases. Only buy pieces that speak to you or match the aesthetic of your home.
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