Toni Pohl

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3 Kitchen Organizing Ideas

Today I am going to share a few tips and kitchen organizing ideas that can make all the difference between a messy kitchen and a kitchen you’ll love. 

1. Clutter Free Countertops

 For our family the kitchen is the heart of our home. It is the most used area of our house and I personally consider it a working space. We cook here, we eat here, we even do home projects and school homework on our kitchen island. A good way to keep your kitchen clean and organized is to have clutter free countertops. In this area for example I used regular hook-screws under our cabinets to hang my favorite mugs. Looks cute and clutter free!

2.  Decorate with Useful Items

Instead of decorating your kitchen with items that you don’t use, bring out items that you actually use everyday. I love see-through canisters { these ones are from Ikea} because they bring texture and depth into the kitchen without making it look full or cluttered. 

 3.  Maximize Your Space

If you don’t have a ton of cabinets make sure to leave out those kitchen gadgets that you use the most. For me cutting boards are actually another layer of my countertops so I don’t hide them since I use them all day long. Besides they help to protect my countertops and I love the rustic look of the different color wood tones.

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