A small kitchen can be a boon or a bane depending on how you organize it. So, if you feel challenged by the size of your kitchen.
Here are some tips on organizing the small kitchen
Maximize your cabinet space
Cabinet space can be maximized by simple add-ons like tiered spice and pan racks, stackable canisters, cabinet door baskets, and under-shelf baskets. These simple accessories make for a neat-looking, maintenance-friendly kitchen. Consider a peg board on the wall to free up cabinet space for storing utensils.
Counter space optimizers
Another major part of your kitchen is the counter space. Small kitchens have limited counter space and need some free space for preparation activities. Employ hanging baskets on the counter wall to store ladles and spoons, over-the-sink chopping boards to extend counter space, and stackable corner racks to optimize empty corners.
Free up your fridge space by storing non-perishables in the pantry. Sleek trolley shelves, wall-mounted packet containers, and baskets with reusable stickers are great ways to optimize your pantry space. They also make maintenance easier by increasing visibility and allowing for the grouping of similar items.
Employing the right organizer to optimize your refrigerator space can go a long way. The inside of cabinet doors can be lined with magnetic boards to shift the clutter to a safe hiding place. Similarly, you may use cork boards to store measuring spoons and baking tools. Shift your chalkboard onto a cabinet and declutter your wall.
So, these are some ways to de-clutter and organize your small kitchen. Implement these ideas and see how you save space, time, and money.