Clever Kitchen Organization Tips

I love to find clever kitchen organization tips. I’m always interested to see how people corral things in their kitchen to keep things organized. Here are some of my favorites.
Baskets are excellent tools for organization in any room. They add texture and are pretty as well.
Via Apartment Therapy
Here’s a great way to organize your most needed kitchen utensils on the side of a cabinet, out of the way.
Metal baskets are very popular now. And keeping your cookbooks in one spot and in sight is a good way to use a nice vintage piece.
Via Diy And Crafts Decoration
Once again, baskets to the rescue! This one keeps cooking utensils and spices at the ready near your stove.
Magazine holders can be decorated and used in the kitchen. Here they’re laid on their sides to organize water bottles, etc.
Lazy Susans aren’t just for tables. This one keeps clutter off your counter.
Do you have a unique organizational tip for kitchens? 


  1. We are in the middle of the kitchen remodel…and Im going to snag the lazy susan idea for next to the stove. I pinned three of these, but they are all great! Super Post, Sandi

  2. Love these ideas! I'm now going to keep an eye out for a round basket to use to corral things on my kitchen counter instead of the rectangle one I have. Uses much less room!

  3. I like that idea of hanging the kitchen tools on hooks on the side of the cabinet. I've kept mine in a pitcher on the counter for years and they are always tangled up. That solution looks less tangle-y. Thanks!

  4. I keep a little-used vintage cake stand next to my range for the salt, pepper and oils I use. It adds some height variation to my counter and I get to enjoy the pretty cake stand every day.

  5. I like the magazine holder on it's side. I'm going to see if I can't use that one. I use a lazy susan next to my stove for oils and salt and pepper. My cook books are in a decorative basket.

  6. Nice ideas. The utensils hanging on the side of the cabinet is only a good idea if you have no pets or small children around. My cat would rub against them and fur on them.

  7. I like pretty painted metal colanders – pretty and so practical. I use them for fruit, and veggies that don't like the cold. Baskets lined with a pretty fabric to match my colanders are also on my counter – each one holds a collection of vitamins and daily meds for Hubby and I.

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