How To Organize the Kitchen

Does your kitchen need organizing? I know mine does! Do you wonder how to organize the kitchen? Here are some kitchen organizing tips to get you started.

This tiered basket is a great idea to save space and organize. It would work well for your kid's lunch items. It would keep them all in one place and you would know when you were running low. You could also use for snacks or grab-and-go items.
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If you struggle with your kitchen towels falling out of your cupboard or maybe you don't have any cupboard space for them? Using a basket is a great way to keep them tidy and in one space. I use baskets in my cupboard so my towels all stay in one place and don't get shoved to the back. If you don't have cupboard space though, it would look fine on a shelf or counter.
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If you need to store cooking utensils on your counter, make them look like a decoration.
These mason jars are not only beautiful but practical!
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Make the most of your worktop space with this handy kitchen organizer, it lets you store knives, gadgets and utensils in one place. It also comes with a chopping board that stores neatly at the back.

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Use matching storage bins and clear canisters to organize your pantry. Printable labels make everything easy to find.
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Use these pretty printable labels to see at a glance what is in your canisters.
Find all the details at The Creativity Exchange.
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I love this idea! Obviously this is more in depth than just organizing your kitchen items but if you are lacking space, it's a great idea.
For a step by step tutorial, visit
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Martha Stewart recommends to avoid a mess of pot and pan lids, sort them with a wooden peg rack.
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Shop Amazon for more kitchen organizing items

Shop Amazon for more kitchen organizing items

Shop Amazon for more kitchen organizing items
Store your measuring cups and spoons on the inside of a cabinet door. Using chalkboard paint allows you to have measuring equivalents at your fingertips.
For a tutorial on how to do this in your kitchen, visit
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I would love to hear which tips you used! If you have a before and/or after picture, please share in the comment section below.

20 thoughts on “How To Organize the Kitchen”

  1. Organization is so important in the kitchen! I think the less clutter on the countertops, the better, also minimizing where you can too.

  2. Great tips! I was just telling my mom that I would help her reorganize her kitchen and I can definitely use some of these ideas! Especially the tiered basket and the magnetic knife holder. Space savers!

  3. I love the idea of the two tiered basket! We have so much clutter everywhere in the kitchen! I don’t think I could ever do the magnetic knife hanging. I get too nervous!

    1. Different levels is a great way of adding space and organization. I understand the worries about the magnetic knife holder 🙂

  4. Denise from

    Great ideas sbout kitchen organisation, I struggle a lot in this particular room mostly because my family practically lives in the kitchen lol. the other post about toys organizing is helpful too, thanks for sharing.

    1. We spend a lot of time in the kitchen as well which does lead to more mess. I always find that if things are organized and have a place to go, it’s easier to keep clean. Glad I was able to help.

    1. When space is an issue, I find that it is harder to keep clean. Being organized is definitely an important part when you are limited in space

  5. Will be using some of your tips to get my kitchen back into shape. We are starting a remodeling of our kitchen.

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