Sure, there are bajillions of articles out there on how to organize your kitchen, but how many of them offer quick, crazy-easy DIYs that you can accomplish in a single weekend? In today’s Best of the Web, we’re focusing on our favorite kitchen storage solutions from around the blogosphere, all of which can be done with minimal time and specialty skills, and which will instantly corral the clutter, make your kitchen look a lot cleaner, and help it function a whole lot more efficiently.
Want a pretty and practical way to store those dry goods? Let Annie show you how to whip your kitchen cabinets into shape in less than an hour. No joke.
When Jenna was tapped by Lowe’s to come up with a more efficient, organized kitchen, she turned to one of the most underutilized spaces in the room: the inside of the cabinet door. This is such a great idea, we’re tempted to decoupage and install hanging racks in all of our cabinets.
This post has 10—count ’em—terrific ideas for storing pesky items like cutting boards and small appliances, using the walls as part of your storage real estate, and carving out some unexpected space for pantry storage.
If you prefer your DIYs sans power tools, here’s a ridiculously easy (and sleek!) way to store your spices—using nothing but a few metal containers, self-stick magnetic sheet paper, some labels, a marker, and the side of your refrigerator.
We’re not even going to pretend our refrigerators are this organized, but, oh, we can dream. Get the lowdown on how Jessica keeps her cold storage looking this clean and easy to access.
What’s your favorite tip or trick for keeping your kitchen organized?