After all the fun and festivities of the holidays, your kitchen cabinets are likely due for a major refresh. If you have pots and pans tumbling out every time you open them, chances are, they need some serious organization.
Whether you need to clear out space for new additions to your cookware collection or your cabinets just got messy from overuse, we turned to the experts to find out their top cabinet organization tips.
Get unwieldy kitchen cabinets under control and keep them that way all year long with these helpful hints.
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The kitchen is one of the most important rooms in your home—if not the most important. But as Reem Elkady, the founder of Zen Organize Me, points out, not everyone uses this space in the same way.
She suggests creating a system that reflects you and your family's needs. Cabinets need to each serve a function, and Elkady says it’s important to have one home for each category. Think of one place for cookware, one for spices, and so on.
“Messy, overfull cabinets can result from storing your plates in three different areas and needing more space for the other items,” she says.
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Laura Price of The Home Organisation says next, it’s time to do a stock check of every cabinet by removing everything and sorting it all into categories.
“Identify items you no longer need, love, or want and can be removed,” she says. “Knowing how much stuff you have can help you identify the best storage solutions to keep it tidy and under control.”
Janelle Cohen, the founder of Straighten Up By Janelle and author of The Folding Book, agrees and adds one critical step. Once everything is out of the cabinets, she says to deep clean the cabinet or drawer before re-stocking.
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