Since the kitchen is the heart of the home, an organized kitchen makes for a happy heart of the home. It’s important to me that organizing my kitchen is easy to do and works well for my family. An organized kitchen should save you time and frustration. It should make it easy for the rest of the family to find what they need and to put things back where they belong. I believe that you can organize for pennies or even for free by using recycled and repurposed items whenever possible.
Kitchen Organizing Ideas
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Organizing Kitchen Drawers for Free – Organizing doesn’t have to cost an arm and a leg. You really an organize your kitchen drawers for free and have them work perfectly for you with these tips.
Dish Cleaning Caddy Tote Three Ways – It’s easy to create your own dish cleaning caddy tote and personalize it to match your own style and decor. I show you three simple and entirely different looks with one caddy to inspire you.
Organize Under the Kitchen Sink for Free – Under the kitchen sink can become a dark, jumbled mess that gives you a headache every time you open the cabinet door. But with these easy ideas, you can organize under the kitchen sink for free. No more frustrations and no more mess.
Kitchen Storage Drawers – And Why You Want Them – Having kitchen storage drawers are the very best organization tool in the kitchen. I share the reasons you want to have as many storage drawers as you can and a peek into my new kitchen full of storage drawers.
Free Tips for an Organized Kitchen – Organizing your kitchen can be complicated and expensive or you can use my free tips for an organized kitchen. It’s your choice.
Purging Tips – Kitchen Utensils – A big part of organizing the kitchen is decluttering. These purging tips for kitchen utensils will get you started making more room for the items you really need in your kitchen.
Purging Tips – The Junk Drawer – Use these purging tips for the junk drawer to tackle the bugaboo organizing challenge for most kitchens. These tips help you declutter and purge in just 10 minutes.
Top Kitchen Organizing Ideas from 2015 – My top most popular kitchen organizing tips and ideas for the entire year.
5 Free Tips for an Organized Refrigerator – It’s simple to keep an organized fridge that will stay that way with these free tips for an organized refrigerator. Your entire family can use these tips so that you’re able to keep your fridge neat and organized.
10 Tips for an Organized Pantry – Knowing what’s in your pantry and being able to locate it easily makes cooking so much more efficient and pleasant. These tips for an organized pantry will save your sanity and save you money.
4 Tips to Organize Spices – If you’re looking for a quick organizing project that you can tackle today, this is the one for you. These 4 tips to organize spices have worked for me for years and in many, many houses (I’ve moved into more than 20 houses in my lifetime!).
Tips for Organizing Dishes and Dishwasher Detergent – You use your dishes every single day. These tips for organizing dishes and detergent will help keep your kitchen running smoothly day in and day out.
Spring Organizing Tea with Repurposed Packaging – Are you a tea drinker? Organizing tea with repurposed packaging is an inexpensive and creative way to straighten up your cabinets and kitchen.
Organize Your Kitchen for Free with Repurposed Items – You can organize your kitchen with items you already have or repurpose and it won’t cost you a penny. Really. I share ideas that I use to organize my kitchen for free with repurposed items.
Organizing and Storing Your Spices – Keeping all those small bottles and packages of spices organized makes cooking so much easier. These simple tips for organizing and storing your spices will make a big impact on the next meal you prepare.
Organizing My Kitchen with Repurposed Packaging – You’ll be surprised at how many items that were headed for the recycle bin can be used to organize your kitchen for free.
Trail Mix Labels – Make Your Own – Using pretty labels in your pantry makes organizing more personal and fun. Learn how to make your own trail mix labels and create your own magazine-worthy pantry.
Planning and Laying Out Your Kitchen
Moving into a New Home? How to Set Up Your Kitchen – I’ve moved into more than 20 homes and have picked up some tips when it comes to setting up a new kitchen.
How to Layout Your Kitchen – Taking the time to plan how to layout your kitchen and organize it will give you the perfectly functioning kitchen for your needs and situation.
How to Organize Your Kitchen Layout – Different kitchen layouts necessitate different organizing strategies.
How to Reorganize a Kitchen – I share my day helping J. reorganize her kitchen and she’s thrilled with the results.
Organizing K’s Kitchen Pantry – Helping K. organize her kitchen pantry has improved her family’s daily meal preparation greatly.
Kid’s Lunch Checklist – Encourage your children’s independence with this Kid’s Lunch Checklist. It’s a free printable that helps your children prepare their own lunches each day.
Organized Lunchbox Drawer that’s Earth-Friendly – An organized lunchbox drawer makes school mornings run so much more smoothly. It’s easy to have an earth-friendly organization with these ideas.
Getting Ready for School – Lunch Boxes – See how I set up our kitchen so that getting ready for school and prepping lunch boxes was a breeze each morning.
Organizing My Fridge with Binz – Made in America – These organizing bins are perfect for organizing your fridge. They’re clear so it’s easy to see what’s in your fridge and they’re easy to clean, too.
All-American Kitchen Organizing – I love using products that are Made in the USA when I organize. These are my favorite American Made kitchen organizing items.
Made in America Kitchen Products – Kitchen organizing is even better when you use products that are Made in the USA!
Simple Pantry Organization – Made in the USA – Keeping the pantry organized is simple with these Made in the USA products.
Organize the Kitchen with Fresh Tape – Have you heard of Fresh Tape? If you haven’t you, you’ll love it immediately and it’s Made in the USA!