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Organizing Your Kitchen With Style

Regardless of how large or small your kitchen is, it should not be difficult to maintain a sense of style to it. The key to having a good looking kitchen is, of course, organization. You can do no wrong with colors and accessories if you are working with a well organized kitchen. Maintaining an organized kitchen does not simply mean getting rid of messes, it also means having everything conveniently organized to be in place and ready at hand. There are several different kitchen accessories at affordable prices that can help you achieve this goal. Changes as simple as adding utility drawer inserts to keep flatware in this place and pull out trays for cabinets can work wonders in the kitchen and have the added benefit of making your kitchen look better.

What kinds of colors, backgrounds, or themes are you partial to? It is important to have a certain … Read More

Organizing Tips for a Small Bathroom

Organizing a small bathroom can present many challenges, especially when the bathroom is shared amongst family members. Trying to organize everyone’s toiletries inside a small vanity cabinet with no shelving or drawers may seem almost impossible. Cluttered bathroom countertops are also common in a small bathroom, making it difficult for homeowners to find what they need during the morning rush.

Homeowners sometimes try to compensate by purchasing floor standing shelves to store and organize all of their everyday toiletries, but the shelving often becomes cluttered and disorganized, making the bathroom look even more cramped than it already is.

If all of this sounds very familiar to you, you may be ready for a bathroom declutter session. Before you rush out to buy the latest and greatest bathroom organizers, take a look at all of the products and toiletries you have to see if you can get rid of anything. Toiletries … Read More

Decluttering Blueprint – Step 3 – Organizing Your Kitchen

If your kitchen isn’t living up to your expectations, give it a makeover for convenience and pizazz using the steps below.

  1. Take stock of your kitchens purpose. Is it for cooking, baking, eating, and storing food? If so, move all the items that are unrelated to the purpose of your space (such as papers, magazines, tools, etc.) to other, more appropriate rooms of your home.
  2. Identify the major categories of items to be kept in your kitchen. For example:
  • Cookware – skillets, saucepans, stew pots, and lids.
  • Bakeware – cookie sheets, pie pans, cake pans, and muffin pans.
  • Appliances – coffee maker, toaster, food processor, bread machine, and mixer.
  • Kitchen tools – vegetable peeler, egg slicer, thermometer, cork screw, manual can opener, box grater, cutting board, rolling pin, strainer, and sifter.
  • Utensils – spoons, forks, spatulas, tongs, whisks, pastry brush, and grilling utensils.
  • Dinnerware, glassware and flatware – plates, bowls,
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