10 Do-It-Yourself Projects To Organize The Kitchen

by on Sep 4, 2013

Kitchen counter and drawer organizing ideas that reduce clutter and make it easier to find items.

Spring cleaning may be over, but you should try to reorganize your home at the start of every new season. As we near the end of summer, it’s time to organize the kitchen! Here are 10 organizational projects that you can do yourself!      

Jars of spices on shelf near bowl and measuring cups in a kitchen.BHG

Use that narrow space under your cabinets to store spices! Via Better Homes and Gardens 

Cleaners are hanging on a rod under a sink.A Thousand Words

Hang cleaning supplies from a tension rod under your sink! Via A Thousand Words 

Salad in a bowl with two utensils next to a stainless steel bowl mixer and a lemon on top of a wood counter top.Curbly

Turn an old filing cabinet into a kitchen cart! Via Curbly 

Pop can box with metal soup cans inside next to a can of soup.Then She Made

Use soda can boxes to organize and store soup cans! Cover with pretty paper, slap on a label, and call it a day! Via Then She Made 

A fridge filled with different drinks.Classy Clutter

Build your own extra storage that slides out when you need something! Via Classy Clutter 

Tools are sitting on a white surface.Curbly

Make a magnetic notepad filled with downloadable grocery lists, cleaning lists, and other to dos. Via Curbly 

Glass jars with labels and spices in them.Worldlabel Blog

Never mix up your spices again with these downloadable word labels! Via Worldlabel Blog 

A metal bar that has been strung across the wall to hold utensils.BHG

Instead of sending all the cooking utensils to get tangled up in a drawer, hang them on a metal rod to display them neatly! Via Better Home and Gardens 

Cutting boards in a cabinet rack next to pots.Lifehacker

Store cutting boards on the inside of cabinets using a magazine rack! Via Lifehacker 

Measuring chart with measuring cups on hooks.Infarrantly Creative

Paint a conversion chart on the inside of one of your cabinets. You’ll always know how many teaspoons are in half a cup! Via Infarrantly Creative 

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