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A tidy, easy-to-use kitchen = more cooking = more food for you and everyone you love.
NEVER AGAIN feel the pang of fury and desperation as that little bar falls out and all your ketchups make a break for it.
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You'll be able to see everything clearly (and thus probably be more likely to use it), the ingredients will stay fresh longer, and it will just look way nicer.
You can get a basic bamboo block or this slightly fancier cherry wood version.
It's like they were made for this.
You can just pop the whole thing in a cupboard.
Keep the stuff you reach for all the time in the easiest-to-access area.
You can sheck out options for fancy covers at BHG, but also know there's no shame in upcycling a cute Kleenex box.
Find more tips on kitchen organization here.
Like one of these.
You definitely get bonus points for making an adorable chalkboard conversion chart. Get the details here.
Faith at The Kitchn divided hers into three zones: tablespoons, teaspoons, and everything else.
Don't forget labels so you know what's what.
Here's how to set this up.
This applies to any low-level cabinets you're tired of sticking your head into.See more photos of this San Francisco kitchen here.
Any basic towel rod and S-hooks will work for this.
See more photos of this lovely Nashville kitchen here.
Two drawers are not enough!
This also means you don't have to go digging around madly to find that single slice of pizza when you come home tipsy and starving.
The supplies for this project will only run you about $15 at a hardware store.
Your cake stand deserves to be useful more than once a year.
There's no point wasting fridge space on tomatoes; they don't want it! Check out the full graphic here.
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