This is probably my favorite topic and favorite thing to do – organize! I feel like I organize and re-organize all the time, and probably don’t even realize I am doing it… ha!
I am going to break down our Home Organization post into a couple categories so it’s not too overwhelming. But for starters, I wanted to share some Kitchen organization techniques that will make your life much simpler…
Coffee Station- Yes, the best place to come to first thing in the morning (or multiple times during the day). Whether you have a Nespresso machine or Keurig, a coffee tray to organize your pods is a must for keeping your coffee area organized and neat. Here are a couple of my favorite trays… this glass one for your Nespresso pods and this one for your Keurig pods.
Pantry- get rid of your boxes and bags and start using sealable containers. These are the best for cereals, oatmeal, granola etc. Plus they stay fresher and look nicer. I use the OXO containers. These ones are the Good Grip Dispensers.
For items like rice, pasta, nuts, crackers, etc… I also use OXO brand and these ones are called Pop Containers. They are great for baking items as well (flour, sugar, etc) and super convenient and easy to use. They come in multiple sizes depending on your pantry size and space.
I recently picked up this Bread Box off Amazon and not only is it aesthetically pleasing, it keeps your bread fresher for longer. It’s a pretty big box and I can fit about 4 or more loafs of bread in it!
Spice Rack – there are so many great organizing trays and racks for your spices. I had our spice rack built in as one of the pull out cabinets when I remodeled our kitchen, but if you don’t have a built in spice rack, there are plenty of great alternatives to keep all your spices organized.
Here are a few of my favorites that are currently on sale:
Iron Spice Rack – love the look of iron!
Spinning Spice Rack – this one is great if you have space on your counter!
In- Drawer Spice Rack– if you have room in your drawer, this is a great system for keeping your spices organized.
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