Need more space in your kitchen? These tips will help you take advantage of every nook and cranny to help you instantly organise and cut the clutter. By Raja Jumira
|Invest in Quality Airtight Food Storage Containers|
Keep food items fresh and crisp for a longer period, by investing in quality airtight containers that are BPA-free. This helps minimise food wastage and reduce costs. See-through containers enable you to view contents at a glance, so you can find what you want at a glance and know when to top up the supply of sugar or flour. Do not forget to clearly label your food containers so you can keep track of what food is being stored inside and how long it has been in the fridge or pantry.
Maximise “Vertical Space” with Shelf Helpers
Kitchen cabinet shelves are often space very far apart, and this leaves plenty of wasted space in between. Utilise this unused space between with tiered Shelf Helpers. They help make it easy to spot the item you need, and put it back again without moving multiple items out of the way or toppling them over. Plus, being able to see every item at a glance will prevent costly shopping double-ups at the supermarket.
Design Dream Drawers
Keep cutlery, utensils, kitchen gadgets and bottles of spices neatly organised with drawer organisers. With everything neatly sorted into individual slots and compartments, you do not have to waste time and energy ransacking through cluttered drawers in search of items.
Group Like Items Together
Use caddies and baskets to group like items, such as sauces, spices, and can food, together on the same shelf. That way you will know where each item is stored and will be able to locate what you want and put it back quickly.
Keep Countertops Clutter-Free with Overdoor Storage
Overdoor organisers help to keep essentials, such as your kithen roll and tea towel, close at hand without cluttering up the counter top. This will also give you more space during food preparation. Furthermore, these organisers can be easily repositioned around the kitchen or kept away when not in need without leaving behind unsightly screw or drill marks on the cabinet door.