Measurement conversion chart and labeled measuring cup holder for your cabinets doors. (I did this and every time I opened the cabinet, the cups would SMACK the door loudly. It would do better just in a cabinet and not on the door.
MOM Tip: Use magazine racks to organize your canned goods. This is a great space saver. FYI – The cans used with this magazine rack are the smaller cans. To use full size cans you would need a wider magazine rack. This tip from PB&J Stories.
Love this idea. Now I just have to find a cabinet door that will hold my spice collection! Forget the spice rack! Use a mop holder to store spices on the inside of a cabinet door. (no more searching through the deep cupboard for that one spice!
I have soooo many tanks! Dokkar stire this weekend! Tank Top Space Saver- Simply use a hanger and shower curtain rings. Get the hanger from your closet, and the curtain rings from your local dollar store. Saves drawer and closet space!
Basement bathroom door for cleaning supplies. Kitchen to basement door for pantry items. Back of girls' door for barbies. Inside girls' closet for shoes. Inside my closet door for belts and scarves. Entry door for shoes, mittens, etc.
With these 11 tips, even the tiniest of kitchens can fully accommodate your needs. If you can’t tear down walls to add more shelves and cabinets, look to these ideas to make the most of your kitchen storage options. Like the under sink storage idea!