The kitchen is often the most cluttered room in your home. Everybody knows that. And yet, it’s also one of the easiest rooms to declutter once you know-how. Firstly, here are the items you should consider keeping and items you should remove from the clutter;
- Identify and purge the clutter and non-essential items from your kitchen, such as those expired condiments, those weird utensils that you never use but they belonged to your grandmother or those plastic containers you used only one time.
- If there are items that you feel extremely attached to and you don’t think you will ever use them again, you can store them for sentimental value.
- As you sort and purge your kitchen make sure to keep those items that are important and useful but don’t take up too much space (such as a food processor).
- Get rid of the clutter and keep the things you use on a daily basis. You can organise your pantry with bins or baskets for all those little things that usually end up on the countertops.
Here are some ways to effectively get rid of the clutter that you have found:
1. Get rid of clutter by storing items in storage units
There are storage units available to all residents. These storage units are a great way to store household items and clean up a cluttered kitchen. Our storage units can hold all sorts of items. The storage units at Storage Wollongong is a great way to store items that are not used often or items that clog up your kitchen cabinets. These storage units are also great for parties where you need extra storage room for additional food and dish ware.
Storage at Storage Wollongong can be an easy way to store appliances like microwaves, toasters, coffee makers and more! A lot of storage units come with overhead racks, which makes it even easier to keep these appliances accessible but still out of the way. Keeping appliances in storage units is also a great option when moving because if you don’t want to take them with you they will all fit into one storage unit together.
2. Hang pots and pans from the ceiling, or store them on a pot rack to save space
One option is to hang pots and pans from the ceiling. This will free up storage spaces on the floor, table, cabinet tops, and more. Another way is to store them on a pot rack storage system that will also free up storage spaces elsewhere in the kitchen by keeping everything off the floor or countertops. Either way, you’ll be able to create more room in your kitchen by getting organised!
3. Use drawer organisers to keep things like knives, spoons, spatulas, and whisks, neat and organised
It will be easier to find the items you need because they’ll all be in one place! One example of a drawer organiser is a divided plate rack. These stackable racks come in many different sizes and allow you to organise your plates by size-smallest to largest or width-thinnest to widest.