Creative Kitchen Storage Solutions
I love being able to grab stuff easily when in the kitchen. Having one place to store your wraps and baggies can be very helpful. I find storing them in a drawer easier than storing them on the door of a cabinet because I can just grab the bag I need without having to take out the box.
Tissue boxes work very well for handling some things, like Cover-Ups (stretch-edge bowl covers) and plastic gloves.
Drawer organizers are another big help. They can segregate your flatware or serve-ware to make finding these things a snap. I like to keep a rolling pin handy in case we have a burglar or if my husband criticizes my cooking.
Kitchen linens can end up all over the place, but if you designate a home for each thing, they are easy to put away and easy to grab in a pinch. I keep my phone book in that drawer, though thanks to the internet, it is pretty much obsolete.
Cabinets and Pantries
Cabinets and pantries can be easily organized by labeling your spaces and keeping everything where it belongs.
If you run out of ideas for where to put things, try this storage solution.
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