There really is an art to organization, which is why we’ve partnered with kitchen organization pro’s like Rev-A-Shelf. Check out the kitchen organization hacks that helped other customers make the most out of their kitchens:
Whether you want your spices in a drawer, on a door, or in an entire pull-out cabinet, there is the perfect spice rack for you no matter where you like to keep your spices. There are so many different options that you have your most used spices within reach at all times, while still organizing the rest somewhere else. So go ahead: buy all the spices you want. You’ve got the room now.
Mixers are lovely kitchen tools to have, but most homeowners can’t claim to use them every single day. As a result, they tend to take up a lot of space on the counter that can be used for other, more immediate needs. Imagine sweeping it away off the counter and whisking it back up when needed. That’s possible with the clever organization tool from Rev-a-Shelf called a Mixer Lift. And don’t let the name restrict what you can use it for — go beyond just mixers with anything heavy, bulky, and in-the-way that needs to be moved on a regular basis.
Trash cans are often overlooked in kitchen design (because who wants to think about trash when designing a beautiful kitchen), but they should be a consideration when it comes to cabinetry. Most homeowners are happiest when hiding trash behind closed doors, and base cabinets are a popular place to put them. Luckily, there is a convenient and easy cabinet organizer that does just the trick. A pull-out wastebasket allows unsightly trash be stored away — out of reach, out of sight, out of mind — so that curious guests, kids, or pets don’t get themselves into a potentially stinky mess. Plus, storing it in a cabinet rather than a pantry draws a clean line between fresh food and trash.
Kitchens these days have really become a homebase for the family’s electronic devices, like cell phones, tablets, smart home devices, and more. All that comes with a price — a mess of wires taking up space. Those wires get in the way, they get food and liquids spilled on them, they get tangled up, and just look unappealing. There’s a quick fix to that: the Charging Drawer. Power up a kitchen cabinet drawer and you can stash all those wires and devices away until needed.
Doesn’t it always seem like the thing you need is in the BACK of the cabinet, behind all the other things you don’t need? With a roll-out tray, you can get that thing you need by just lifting a couple of fingers. This simple installment is a game-changer, especially for homeowners who have difficulty bending, reaching, or climbing into cabinets to get things. We’ve even seen some crafty homeowners carve out baseboard space with roll-out trays to get even more room to store things in their kitchens.
Not everyone has enough space in their house for a massive kitchen with endless countertop space. Working with small spaces is one of our specialties, and this hack is one of those tricks we love to making the most out of a small space. Imagine being able to pull more countertop space out of a cabinet. That’s possible with a Tambour Table, which can add 3 feet of space. It does take the place of a small pull-out drawer, but it is magical to be able to make an entire peninsula of counter space when you need it (and put it back when you don’t).
Work smarter, not harder with all of these organizational life hacks for your kitchen. Don’t forget that you can stop by your local showroom to see some of these in action!
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