Tips No. 45. How to organize your bakeware?How many pieces of baking equipment do you really need? It depends on the size of your family and your personal preferences. It’s not the same thing: bake the cookies for yourself and your spouse or baking for six-member family. Further, if you adore baking and you bake croissants, rolls, cookies, and cakes more frequently, you will need proper baking equipment. On the other hand, if you mainly buy your favorite treats in the bakery, you will need less baking items.The average kitchen contains many more dishes than it is necessary. In other words, if you think that you need a wide variety of baking items, here’s a simple guideline. Four-member family will need:a. Bakeware: 2-qt baking dish, 1 8x8 casserole, 2 cookie sheets, 2 muffin tins, 1 tart pan, 2 round cake pans, and 1 bread pan.b. Baking equipment: a rolling pin, a wire rack, 2-3 mixing bowls, 1-2 cookie cutters, and flour sifter.Get rid of unwanted baking items. Throw away everything that is rusty, warped and useless. In this way, you can organize and store your bakeware. It means you should store bakeware and baking equipment in a kitchen cupboard that is near to your oven. The clutter will be gone and you will enjoy baking in the comfort of your home.
Tips No. 233. Organize your coffee table.How about decluttering your living room? You can start from a coffee table. Do you have the coffee table jammed with clutter? Does anything belong in another room? Can something be tossed out?Your coffee table in the living room is perfect for items that are apt to be used frequently. But usually, it is cluttered with a wide variety of items. However, you can make the most of your storage options. Clean your coffee table and clear clutter out of drawers. Now you can use it for the stack of your favorite magazines, the books, coasters, candle holder, etc. Anyway, try to keep this storage spot organized.
Tips No. 286. Repurpose items for organization and storage.A wire shower caddy can be a great spot for crafts supplies. Hang a caddy on the wall and organize notebooks, scissors, pencil holders, and other necessities. Just make sure it is low enough for little hands to reach.