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10 Easy Organizing and Storage Solutions For Your Tiny Kitchen

By Alice / January 16, 2020

 Knife Storage

Great idea for safely store some random knives. It’s really help the moms for protecting their kids from the sharp knife.

Instructions – feliciakramer.blogspot.com

2. Magnetic, under-shelf spice rack

Make a magnetic holder for the spices which attaches underneath your cabinet.

Instructions – instructables.com

3. Pegboard Wall Organizer

You can hang a pegboard, add a couple of hooks and keep everything completely organized. You can also paint pegboard for your favorite color to match your walls. Buy pegboard at: Amazon.com

Instructions – paperblog.com

4. Hanging Metal Storage Bins

Metal storage bins are very cheap and they make perfect organization solutions. You can use them in your pantry to hold snacks or put these on the kitchen wall for utensils and other items.

Instructions – lilblueboo.com

5. Pot Lid Organizer

Use adhesive hooks to organize your pot lids on the inside of your cabinet door.

Instructions – lifehacker.com

6. Shower Caddy Produce Rack

Store fresh fruits and veggies using shower caddy that are anchored to the cabinet.

Instructions – domesticdivadomain.blogspot.co.uk

7. Chalkcloth Drawer Organizer

A fully fuctional organized cabinet or drawer! You can make this in the bathroom too for your beauty accessories.

Instructions – jacksandkate.com

8. Cutting Board Rack On A Door

This rack makes finding and keeping cutting boards so easy. What more You can make it for less than $10!

Instructions – familyhandyman.com

9. Magnetic knife rack

Another great way to keep your kitchen knifes organized and in style! It can help maximizing vertical storage space and giving quick access to kitchen tools.

Instructions – ehow.com

10. Kitchen Wraps Organizer

Make an organizer for your kitchen wraps: aluminum foil, plastic wrap. All you need in this project is an empty cereal box, paper and Mod Podge!

Instructions – cheerfulheartmom.blogspot.co.uk

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