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Simple Tips And Tricks To Help You Organize Your Kitchenware

We spend a lot of time in the kitchen and we all like to keep it organized.

Pots and pans are one of the utensils that we use the most when cooking, but many times we do not know how to store them correctly.

There are people who keep them one inside the other , but that way the only thing that is achieved is that they end up scratched. Not to mention how awkward it is to have to remove everything to find the pot at the bottom.

We know it is one of the hardest things to order. Therefore, we tell you some ideas so that your kitchenware finally has its place and stop storing it inside the oven.

Place spacers

The drawer dividers are ideal for bulkier furniture. They allow to distribute the space according to the size.

You can store the pots in one compartment and their lids in another. This way they do not move when you open and close the drawer and ar0e always in place.

No more going crazy looking for the lid that fits the pot you need.

More space in your drawers

In kitchen cabinets we usually have shelves that cannot be removed and there is a lot of space left unused. In addition, it is very difficult to visualize what we have in the background.

Choose one of your kitchen drawers and incorporate a removable basket , it will increase the capacity of your closet and it will be the perfect place to store your kitchenware.

By removing the basket, you will see all the utensils quickly and you will not have to be taking everything out to find the saucepan you need.

You can also turn your drawer into a drawer for large kitchen utensils by adding a pan frame . An accessory that is attached to the front of the drawer.

Take advantage of the corners

The Rinconeros cabinets offer large space that can be very useful for placing pans or casseroles, but usually have an interior inaccessible. Turn that wasted space into a large warehouse area with rotating trays.

They are a great solution, especially for small kitchens, to store all your kitchen supplies and access them effortlessly.


Hello, I’m Rachel Collins. Until recently, I ran my own patchwork quilt business. Having retired from that I have turned my e-commerce site into this blog where I discuss business, home and garden and lifestyle topics for you to enjoy...

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