Declutter Your Kitchen
The kitchen is the heart of every home, and it’s a place where we spend a lot of our time. It’s easy to allow clutter to collect as we go about our day-to-day lives. A periodic, seasonal decluttering is a good idea in this crucial space. We’ve compiled a collection of our top tips for maintaining a tidy and pleasant cooking space.
Top Tips for Decluttering Your Kitchen
•Consider paring down your specialized gadgets with all-purpose solutions. For example, use two cast-iron pans instead of a bulky panini maker to make pressed sandwiches.
•Look through your kitchen supplies and determine what you really use. You may have 50 plastic storage containers but only use 10. If you haven’t used it in a while (or if it’s missing a lid, doesn’t match, etc.), throw it away or donate it to a thrift store. If you aren’t ready to part with some of these items, at least find storage space on the top shelves. Free up counters and other, more valuable storage space for items you use regularly.
•Take a good look at where the stove, oven, refrigerator and sink are located. Relocate pots and pans near the stove and cookie sheets, baking trays and ingredients near the oven. This mindful approach will save you time in the kitchen and make cooking more pleasurable.
•Free up drawer space by putting cookie cutters, brushes, pressers and other items that you use infrequently in plastic shoeboxes, and store them on cupboard shelves. Invest in drawer organizers to help you keep everything in its place in the newly decluttered drawers.
•Remove items from the top of the refrigerator or the junk drawer periodically to see what you really use. Throw out what you don’t use, and find a place for useful items that tend to get lost in the clutter.
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