Professional Organizer Houston, Magdalena Bogdan can help to organize your kitchen, and make your family life flow more smoothly when it comes to meal preparation.The kitchen is an area of your home that gets used more often than most other areas. So it stands to reason that if your kitchen were more organized and simple to use, your life would feel easier.
Frequently used small appliances, such as a toaster and coffeemaker, should be stored on the counter; ones seldom needed on a lower cabinet. Install a drawer onto a deep lower shelf for appliances used occasionally, such as a rice cooker and blender.
Keep Like With LikeStore all bakeware in the same cupboard, all wooden spoons in the same ceramic crock, all spices in the same drawer.
Store your most frequently used items in the most accessible places. Keep things you use most often at eye level; store heavy items below waist level; and infrequently-used items on high shelves or in another area of the house.
De-clutter YearlyTake an inventory of all utensils, cookware, and dishware and get rid of unnecessary duplicates, items damaged beyond repair, or things no longer used.
Use See-Through BinsKeep small kitchen items in containers -- see-through bins if possible -- with neat, easy-to-read labels.