Divide and conquer.
Dividers can help keep your drawers in perfect order and keep the scattered cutlery and ladles at bay. If you can't match size-to-size with your drawers, try combining different-sized dividers or containers with low rims.The main principle of drawer order is to separate all small kitchen utensils into categories and store them separately. Spoons with spoons, spatulas with spatulas, and so on.Think like an engineer.
Think about what else you can use for storage. Hooks and fixtures on cabinet doors, containers and mini bars — every inch can be put to good use not only to increase storage space but also to have easy access to the items you need.
For example, you can attach a lid holder or a container for small items to the inside of the cabinet door and in the area under the sink, organize additional sections to keep cleaning supplies and accessories organized.Think bold.
Functional things can be completely unexpected and also look stylish.
- A magnetic board attached to the wall can be used to store knives or metal spice jars.
- A tray with high rims can be a space limiter if you need to store small kitchen utensils on the table.
- Cotton cases hanging from a rail or door can hold onions, garlic, or accessories.
- Cutlery doesn't have to be stored in drawers. You can adapt stylish jars or minimalist vases and store them “standing up”.