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.
Drawers and pull-outs, on the other hand, provide a good overview and direct access. They offer a 'smarter solution for corner, sink and larder units allowing your organisation options to remain flexible. Lateral and cross dividers as well as containers made from dishwasher-proof stainless steel can be removed and rearranged to suitable individual storage requirements.
Do you open your drawers and find a jumbled mess? When you open the silverware drawer are you faced with a tangled mess of silverware, napkins, and seemingly random objects?
To choose drawer knobs that will fit the holes that have already been drilled for previous hardware, it is essential to do some measuring. Take off the old drawer pull and measure from the center of one screw hole to the center of the other. A three-inch distance is quite common and it will be easy to find a replacement.
Although the contents in your kitchen drawers aren't exposed and nothing can be seen they still can effect how functional your kitchen is. Sometimes it is just easier to grab an item off the counter and place it in a drawer but by organizing your kitchen drawers it will help keep the clutter under control. It's always a good feeling of knowing exactly what you have and a bonus of being able to find it too.
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