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4 Stylish Ways to Organise Your Kitchen

If your kitchen is less of a place for cooking, cleaning, and connecting and more of a general mish-mash of mess, dirt, and clutter, you may be wondering how to organise your kitchen without undermining its level of class or stylishness. It is, however, possible to de-clutter your kitchen by incorporating a number of chic and sophisticated additions. On the other hand, if it needs a complete transformation, you can use UKE to find a trendy used kitchen on a budget. If you are interested in finding out more, continue reading. 

  1. Install hooks behind cabinet doors

It can be difficult to maintain the right balance between making the most of any available storage and showing off your individual style but by installing hooks behind cabinet doors, you can do just that. It can allow you to get rid of any utensils that take up too much space on your kitchen counters (especially if they are expensive worktops such as the ones from Bellagio Stone – you’d want to show them off!) or in your cabinets or drawers, but in a way that is both efficient and organisational. It is, after all, free space that is otherwise wasted and, perhaps most importantly, hidden to guests. 

  1. Invest in decorative storage pieces 

If you consistently find yourself wishing you had more bowls to store everyday items in your kitchen, investing in decorative storage pieces can be a great way to provide them with a highly practical yet stylish home. It may, therefore, be worth taking the time to research luxury homeware designers to find out which options are available to you. By stumbling upon key pieces that are both aesthetically pleasing as well as useful, such as the popular range by homeware designer Tom Dixon, you can transform the look and feel of your kitchen overnight.

  1. Install shelves upwards

When it comes to organising your kitchen, most homeowners focus on available floor space or existing storage space but by installing shelves upwards, you can find a home for any non-essential or decorative items in a way that suits you. This is also usually a relatively simple and straightforward task with both experienced and inexperienced DIYers able to do so with little to no prior renovation experience necessary in order to do a great job. 

  1. Hang up a rack for pots and pans 

If you are a keen cook or baker, your kitchen may be overflowing with pots and pans. To free up much-needed space to be able to continue sharpening your skills in the kitchen, hanging up a rack for your various pots and pans can be a great way to see which cookware is readily available to you as well as how your cookery collection is coming along at a quick glance. 

If your kitchen could benefit from a complete organisational overhaul, there are a number of steps you can take to do so. This includes installing hooks behind cabinet doors, investing in decorative storage pieces, installing shelves upwards, and hanging up a rack for pots and pans. By doing so, you can benefit from more storage space and contribute towards a greater sense of organisation throughout the entirety of your home.

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5 Comments

  1. Thanks for all the tips and advice! I can say that investing in cute containers is a great idea for extra storage, it makes extra space and looks cute on the countertop. Installing hooks on cabinet doors is something I’ll have to try!
    Thanks

    Loren | Plaid & Sugar

  2. I love all these ideas. If only I didn’t have vaulted ceilings in my kitchen. I have always wanted to do the hanging rack for the pots and pans.

  3. Unfortunately I can’t make those changes in my flat now, but they have given me great ideas for my next place.
    Thank you!

  4. Great ideas! I try to keep the worktop as clear as possible.

  5. I recently moved into a new apartment and even though it’s a bit more modern than my previous home it is TINY, haha! I would love to do a few of your ideas; I’ll see if I can adapt them to my current space. Thanks!

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