Best Ways to Store More in Your Kitchen Create a Message Center Set up a streamlined household communications center. Conceal a message board or calendar on the back of a closet or cabinet door. Use baskets or cubbyholes, one for each family member, in a closet or cabinet to sort mail, and stash pens and notepaper nearby. Closet Doors, Inside Cabinets, Chalkboards Paintings, Peg Boards, Cupboards Doors, Pegboard, Kitchens Cabinets, Pantries Doors, Cabinets Doors
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What would a dream kitchen be without organization? This mess-free message center helps to keep counter space free from clutter, and the mini mailboxes are perfect for bills and receipts!
I need this since our dishes are so heavy! Store Dishes Down Low Here a drawer has been outfitted with pegboard inserts. The boards can be sized to fit existing drawers and the pegs can be adjusted to secure stacks of bowls and plates. Store dishes in low drawers -- near the sink or dishwasher -- to minimize overhead lifting and make putting away dishes a snap.
REVIEW Pegboard storing thread, scissors and other tools -I hung a pegboard in my sewing room and it is fantastic! It saves so much room and the things I use most (scissors, cutting mats, cutting guides, thread, ribbon, etc) are at my fingertips!
Open & Shut - For those who don't have extra drawer space, the backs of many doors can be hidden storage gems. Attach shallow wire shelving to closet, pantry, and basement doors. If there's space, line the adjoining interior wall with narrow shelves and hooks for items such as cleaning supplies, handy tools, or pantry goods. -- Julie Morgenstern, author and organizing expert