20 Genius Kitchen Storage Ideas
If there never seems to be enough room in your kitchen, you'll want to take a look at these "20 Genius Kitchen Storage Ideas" that will save you the frustration of always looking for things! These simple ideas will leave you feeling happy and organized, and they don't take a lot of effort.
Our kitchens are the heart of our home, and it doesn't take much to have them feeling a bit disorganized, cluttered and untidy. Many of us believe that our kitchens can be saved from this chaos if we just become more efficient and organized in our ways. With a few simple tips, and a determined mind anyone can transform their kitchen with these genius storage and organizing tips. A bathroom shower caddy attached to the back of a kitchen cupboard door can become an efficient and space saving produce holder, a towel rack attached to the back of a kitchen cupboard door (just like the shower caddy idea) can serve as a great place to put your pot lids so you'll always know where to find them, DIY knock off pots and pans organization, chalk cloth kitchen drawer organization, wine bottle storage, magnetic kitchen spice rack to organize all those spices you always have trouble finding, behind the kitchen cupboard door cutting board organizations, convenient kitchen knife organization and more.
Another great kitchen storage solution is to hang mason jars from the bottoms of your kitchen cupboards. You can screw the mason jar lids into the location in the kitchen that you like, and use the mason jars for storing kitchen ingredients essentials like popcorn, pretzels, and pastas. For this do it yourself project you will need canning jars with lids, Phillips-head screw driver, a hammer, a flat-head nail (3/8” x 18”) or something similar, a scrap piece of wood or another flat, a hard surface, and 6 screws (no longer than width of surface jars hang from). To start you will need to remove the lid from the jar. It will separate in two pieces to the rim and a flat top. Next you will need to place the flat top on the scrap piece of wood, you can pretty much use any flat surface that you don’t mind putting a hole in, like an old cutting board. Hammer the nail into the centre of the flat top, just wide enough to create a small hole. Then place the flat tin top back inside the rim, and screw the entire lid on to the underside of a shelf or cabinet you plan to hang the jars from. Add anything you’d like to store in the jar and tighten it around the lid. Be mindful to hold the bottom when opening and closing the Mason jars.
Do it yourself, also known as DIY is the method of building, modifying, or repairing something without the aid of experts or professionals. This also is a great way to save money on home projects that would otherwise require a professional. DIY behavior can be triggered by various motivations such as cost savings, lack of product availability, lack of product quality, or a need for your own customization of a project. Do it yourself projects have only become more popular in recent years with website that are dedicated to DIY projects, whatever it is you want to build there is sure to be a video or some sort of step by step instructions to do it on the web. If there is a household project that you can think of, there is sure to be a step by step video tutorial of how to do it somewhere on the internet.
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