After you eliminate the items that you will no longer use, you can begin putting things in order. The first place to start is the kitchen drawers. Using drawer organizers will help you locate what you need quickly and eliminate clutter. Once you have finished with the drawers, move on to the cabinets. Keep similar items such as plates and glasses together. Items you use on regular basis should be on the lower shelves; less frequently used items such as seasonal dinnerware should be on the upper shelves. Buy a spice rack to store your spices and free up more space in your cupboard.
Tackle one drawer at a time. Organizing solutions need not take a long time. Set aside a specified amount of time. Limit a maximum of 30 minutes for a large drawer or one that hold lots of items. Smaller, less full drawers put 10-15 minutes time maximum on these sized drawers. This way you stay focused, don't waste time, and you get done quicker and leave more time for other things. When kitchen drawer organizing is done in small, manageable chinks of time, then I find I am more likely to do it more often so will you.
There are now many clever solutions for the 'blind kitchen corner cabinet' available. Utilising this area for items that you don't need to access regularly is often the best solution. However, if you don't have the luxury of space then products such as a Lazy Susan (and the pull-out Lazy Susan) can greatly increase the accessible space. A wide range of other solutions are also now available such as sliding, swinging or expanding systems.
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