Kitchen Organisation that Could Help You Save Space
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Kitchen organisation that could save you space

22 Aug 2016

Kitchen organisation that could save you space

The kitchen is one of the most used spaces in the home and is somewhere that we spend a large percentage of our time. But many of us often have cluttered kitchens and it seems like there is not enough space to store all of your utensils. But if you’re running out of space and looking for more kitchen storage solutions then you’re in luck. We have come up with some clever kitchen hacks that could help you make the most of the space that you have. We often have a lot more space than we first think and with some simple kitchen re-organisation, it’s easy to make the most of that space.

Make use of vertical storage

It is important to make use of all available space in your kitchen to help create more space. One kitchen storage idea involves making use of vertical storage space in your kitchen. This means making use of the walls, ceiling and doors for extra storage space. There are all kinds of ways that you can make use of vertical space and it can really help you to declutter. Use door hangers on the back of cupboard doors, hang a metal grid above your kitchen island or install a coat rack on the end of a cabinet to hang dish towels or pots and pans. Making use of the vertical space in your kitchen can maximise the space in your kitchen.

Lazy Susans can still be useful

A common problem in the kitchen is finding space for all of your spices, herbs and various jars. If you struggle to find what you’re looking for in your cupboard or have to move loads of jars to get to it, then a Lazy Susan could actually help to organise your kitchen cupboard. Although they are not as popular as they once were, Lazy Susans can be extremely useful for organising your cupboards and making the most of your kitchen space. Storing spices or condiments on them can make it much easier to access them.

Drawer dividers can help you to organise

Another place in the kitchen that could probably do with some organisation is drawers. These are often stuffed with utensils and it can be quite difficult to find what you’re looking for. Using drawer dividers can help with kitchen organisation and help you to sort your utensils. This can also be an eye-opener and you may actually find that you have a number of kitchen utensils that you don’t need. We are often guilty of not sorting our items as this can take some time, but it can really help create more space in your kitchen and make life easier.

Kitchen appliances take up a lot of space

Juicer on kitchen worktop

Many of us have bought a kitchen appliance and hardly used it, but it still takes up space in the kitchen. This includes things such such as sandwich toasters, smoothie makers and bread makers. If they’re not on the countertops then they are taking up valuable cupboard space that could be used for something else. If we're honest then we don’t use these appliances anywhere near as much as we thought we would. By getting rid of these bulky items you can create more space in the kitchen for items that you will actually use.

If you still don’t have enough space after following some of our simple kitchen storage solutions, then it might be worth considering self storage. If you are sharing a flat or live with your parents then you might not have enough space for all of your belongings. Similarly, if you are renting or in-between places then you might experience the same problems. Self storage can be a great short-term solution to the problem and help you to gain space in your kitchen again. Easistore provides great affordable rates and a range of storage solutions thoughout the south-east.