Tips No. 35. A systematically organized cooking space.You can make the most of your kitchen. Before you start cluttering of your cooking zone, consider how many cabinets you have. Which area are used for which cooking tasks? How many kitchen appliances and dishes can you purge? You can get a detailed plan on paper.a. Bring all cooking utensils and tools together. Toss unwanted cooking tools.b. Put the spices, oils and bottles of vinegar into designated spots.c. Organize spoons, knives, cutting boards, etc.d. Organize your pots, pans skillets, and other cookware. Try to organize all cookware close to your stove. And from now onwards, when you want to find your cooking tool, you'll always know where it is.
Tips No. 81. Organize under the sinkIt’s time to clear the clutter around your sink. Catch clutter and reorganize your cleaning area!a. Take everything out of the cabinet and get rid of anything you never use. It would be great if you are able to discard anything toxic.b. Clean up this area really well.c. Now get organized! Purchase new organizers or reuse old organizers. Divide your items among the bins and baskets. Sort by category.d. You can put dishwasher pods into a sealed tub. You can keep your dish rack under the sink.
Tips No. 153. Use the advantage of hidden storage.If you are looking for a place to keep your sports equipment, blankets, nighttime necessities and other things, wicker trunk is a perfect solution. This cute hidden storage has plenty of space and it also gives the bedroom an elegant decorative effect and evokes a homey feel.