12 Unique kitchen DIY organization Ideas

In an ideal world, we’d only have need for a finite number of appliances, cookware and utensils, and items And whenever we need to replace stuff that’s defective or has been exhausted, we place the replacement where the old stuff used to be at

Except, reality isn’t as Elysian as described in the preceding paragraph At some point, you’re going to run out of space You may already have, are close to it, or just dread the thought of it Regardless of the stage you’re at, you can always use clever and unique organization ideas to postpone the D-day Next, you are going to learn 12 Unique kitchen DIY organization Ideas by simphome

com 12Magnetic Spice Organizer You might be able to get away with having a muddled up collection of spice bottle and bags for some time But after a while that gets long in the tooth and a little organization becomes necessary There are no shortages of spice organization ideas, but this has to be one of the most uniquely creative ones For the most part because it is dead simple to set up

Granted, you’d need one side of your refrigerator to be clear and accessible But once you have that, all that’s left on your materials list are small square metal containers, magnetic tape, and a pen (to label each tin) That’s it Simply slap magnetic tape to the underside of each tin (some spices are heavier than others are, so make certain you use more tape for tins with heavier spices), and arrange them on your refrigerator as you deem fit A Web guide walks you through the process with a tad more detail

Before that, check first link inside description area 11Organizing a Pots & Pans Drawer with Dividers If you store your pans and pots in a drawer, you know how hard near impossible it can be to arrange them neatly You’ve prolly thought about using a different type of storage for them to save your sanity Well, hold that thought! This DIY is the easy fix you’ve been frantically searching for, and it would make organizing your drawer a cinch

It primarily requires four strips of molding and panels that’d serve as the dividers Here’s only rundown preview of the project which in summary is giving the inside of the drawer a new coat of paint, gluing two strips of molding each to the top and bottom of the front and back ends of the drawer (four in total), and sliding the painted panels between the molding strips Not a rocket science! 10Kitchen Shelf for Spices and Kitchenware The core of this project is a pallet In the original guide, an abandoned pallet found on the street was repurposed

It’d need a touch up (hitting the nails in, sanding, and light painting) But once that is done, you can go to town on how best to transform it into a kitchen organizer You could follow the guide to the letter, with the use of ledges (for storing spice jars), magnetic knife holders, hooks, and a metal flowerpot (for pens and scissors) But that isn’t set in stone, and you could be creative as well with the materials you use 09

Use Glue Dots Mounting Tape to Add an Extra Shelf in Your Upper Cabinets Making better use of vertical space is perhaps one of the most satisfying organization hacks There it is just wasting away, until you do something about it In your upper cabinets, an extra shelf would do And the best part about this project is that you don’t need power tools and intense woodworking Well, you would need a 1” x 3” pine wood board, which you’d split into 4 pieces

Beyond that, the only other tool (which doubles as a material) you’d need to make the shelf is the Glue Dots HybriBond Repositionable Mounting Tape What does it do? Secure the supports to the inside of the cabinet Here are few steps you’d have to follow Furthermore, aside the ease of getting the project done, you’d also not have to drill holes, which can be a significant deal if you’re a renter It is this quick storage unit you can install and dismantle any time without leaving any trace

08Can Dispenser Spices aren’t the only food items that could use organization in a kitchen Canned foods are next on line They come in different types and have different brands, and sure enough, you’d want them to be easily accessible That’s where this DIY comes in

The primary material you’d need for this project is an IKEA Photo Box the type used in the guide is Kassett Obviously, you wouldn’t be using it to store photos, instead you’d repurpose it into a can organizer/dispenser using a quick, easy number of steps You’re free to use as many boxes as you need (and as your space allows) 07Canned Food Organizer The can dispenser DIY in number 6 is basic and gets the job done

Not that there’s anything wrong with that But this organizer solution is much more It is more durable, as it is made of wood And it has a nifty rotating (or rolling) trick, where you load newer cans in the upper compartment, and they roll down into the lower compartment The implication is that it gets you to use older cans before newer ones

Which doesn’t occur as seamlessly with the previous alternative solution It is a simple project really, and this guide shares almost everything you’d need and the steps to follow 06Produce Storage Cart It may not really be common knowledge, but the refrigerator isn’t the best place to store most of your produce Besides leafy greens (which you’re most likely aware of), most veggies and fruits should get more open air

To put that accurately, you should keep them separated, well ventilated, and stored at room temperature But then you think about how much space it would require, and you know a hack is in order There are several nice-looking, creative, and functional DIY hacks like this and this But there’s no reason why you can’t invest a few tens in this cool produce cart from the folks at BHG Its quality construction and simple design certainly stands out

But it’s easy to underrate the nifty countertop on top and casters underneath for quick, seamless mobility 05Appliance Garage That toaster may have looked great in the ad But next to your other small appliances on your kitchen counter, and the resulting clutter make you go like “Ehh, maybe not” You think to yourself, is there some way to keep ‘em out of sight but without the difficulty associated with pulling each out of storage every time? Actually, the answer is yes

How about building yourself an appliance garage? It is as functional as it sounds You simply slide and push the doors back into the cabinet, and there’s your appliance all gearing to go When you’re done, you pull the doors out and slide them shut You’d literally not have to fiddle with the appliance The guide takes you through the process comprehensively and even provides a cut list that you could adapt to any space

See you again later on description area! 04Undersink Cabinet Organizer It’s not weird at all that the cabinet space under your sink is heavily underutilized That’s understandable There’s not enough room to get enough in-cabinet structures in there However, you can do something about it using a half sheet of plywood and baskets you could get for cheap at a dollar store

The setup is quite simple, yet so effective; as the baskets slide out effortlessly for improved accessibility 03Undersink Makeover This DIY is a different take on how to go about organizing your under the sink cabinet You certainly don’t want this… …When it could look like this In a nutshell, the project involves a nice touchup with contact paper (so it doesn’t look bland), a repurposed drawer (which isn’t exactly a material that you MUST use), and a couple of fancy baskets And yea, you get to optimize the inside of the cabinet door as well

02 Transform a Filler Strip into a Pull-Out Cabinet If you have a filler panel, you’ve probably not thought you could get anything out of the itty-bitty space it occupies It is however possible to build a custom base pullout cabinet into that space And you can make something happen with a gap as small as 3” This slide previews main attention about the project from dimensions you can work with to the steps

It isn’t overly difficult and of course you can customize the shelves dimensions and number of shelves according to your needs You may want to use a shelf to store a few mocktails bottles… Or a couple of shelves to organize spices Before we get to number 1, press subscribe button if this channel is brand new to you and bell icon beside it This way you'll be notified of the new videos every time I have published it And Lastly, Number 1

Simple Added Storage with Mini Racks for your beverages Figuring out where to add storage in a tiny kitchen can be toughie But this hack takes the simple approach maximizing the space above the upper cabinet with the installation of a shelf There’s absolutely nothing complicated about it You only need a board cut to size, a couple of wine racks, and paint The interesting thing about the guide to this project is its departure from the standard strict overview of only the building process

It also provides useful insight on styling Form and function are indeed not mutually exclusive If you're recovering alcoholics guys, gals, or moms or pregnant moms, you can replace the wine with any 000% wine or alcohol free beverage you desired, the product seller wouldn't mind I assure you

Conclusion: “Going big on storage” For the most part, most of the ideas on this list fall into the “repurposing old spaces” and “adding new storage solutions” categories Which reiterates the fact that organization in the kitchen is primarily about effective storage after all Kitchen DIYs aren’t usually complicated and the projects you already checked through stay true to that notion For more detailed, home decorating, and other kitchen storage ideas, you can check my blog That’s it

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