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. 92. Designate a drinking zone.Organize a mini coffee shop in your very own kitchen! You only need to find a spot, e.g. on your countertop to start organizing your favorite drinks. Get rid of your old and useless coffee machine.a. Choose your favorite coffee machine and you will make this space special. You can purchase a coffee urn, teapot, traditional coffee maker, or espresso machine. It’s up to you.b. Next, keep your most-used cups and mugs handy. You can arrange them on a nice tray. Then, keep your favorite tea and coffee jars well organized in your drink area.c. After that, organize condiments. Find some pretty vessels to keep your honey, sugar or cream.d. Afterwards, add wooden disposable stir sticks or washable spoons. Enjoy your coffee!
Tips No. 361. A practical solution – drawers in your garage.Drawers are always simple but practical garage storage for your necessities.First and foremost, you should identify all of your needs. How many items are you planning to keep in your drawers? You can build DIY sturdy drawers or reuse an old dresser.Clean some shoe boxes and put them into your drawers to take your task to the next level.