The kitchen is one of the most important areas of the home. You want it to be organized so you are able to find what you need quickly during meal preparation and table setting. All too often, however, different utensils are thrown together in drawers, and dinnerware and glassware are not grouped ideally. Creating an organized kitchen will help mealtimes run more smoothly.
Ask yourself these simple questions. How often do I use this item? If regularly used doesn't come top of mind, then toss the item into the garbage or put aside to give to charity. Also, for multiples of the same thing, ask yourself how many do I use? Recently, I found I had multiple wooden spoons, four of them in fact; I really only use 2 of the 4 - why keep 4 when 2 are used? So I put them in a give away pile for charity, in my case Value Village.
Since you spend so much time in your kitchen, why not make the most efficient use of that time? I wanted to come up with an efficient kitchen organizing solution for kitchen drawers that was easy and effective. Although the contents in your kitchen drawers aren't exposed and no one can see them, they still can effect how functional your kitchen runs.
A good place to start decluttering your kitchen is to get the kitchen drawers organized. They aren't often seen (assuming they can close!) but are usually responsible for the vast majority of our kitchen clutter.
The first step in organizing your kitchen is to take inventory on all of the appliances, cookware and utensils you have. Think about the last time you used each item and ask yourself if you will be using it in the future. If your answer is no, you should remove the item from your kitchen and give it to a charity, family member or friend. Look especially at small appliances such as a waffle maker.
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