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Today I am sharing 9 DIY organization kitchen tips that you can all do! We all know that completely changing ourselves is going to take more than the clock striking twelve and a ball dropping on Times Square. It takes a lot of effort to create new habits. From experience, I know that sometimes the best way to make big changes is to start small.
Here are 9 DIY organization kitchen tips to get yourself organized.
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If one of your New Year’s resolutions is to get organized, try doing it in baby steps.
Pick one room in your house like the kitchen and narrow it down even further:
Start by organizing a single drawer or cabinet. I’ve found some great ideas to get you off and running.
None of them require expensive materials or more than a few hours of your time.
We can do this!
That dreaded spot….keeping things neat under the sink at How to Nest for Less.
One thing I would love to do is install pull out shelving for spots like this.
How a junk drawer helps keep the kitchen organized at Clean & Scentsible.
Lots of spices? A fantastic way to keep them straight by Organizing Home Life.
Get the stuff off your kitchen counter!
Try our DIY breadbox charging station idea.
DIY Charging Station
A spot for measuring utensils on a cupboard door at Tidbits From the Tremaynes.
Organize your refrigerator in under 1 hour with my secret saving containers below!
Free up counter space with this vertical beverage station by A Farmhouse Reborn.
UPDATED TO ADD NEW PROJECTS:
Look how amazing my neighbors DIY Kitchen Closet Pantry came out.
You have to jump over and see her before cabinets! Sorry Marla, they were pretty messy! -ha.
I’d love to hear what your kitchen organization tips are!
Have you done something that made a big difference in the way you use your kitchen?
Tell me about it in the comments!
What started as a hobby, Jessica’s blog now has millions of people visit yearly and while many of the projects and posts look and sound perfect, life hasn’t always been easy. Read Jessica’s story and how overcoming death, divorce and dementia was one of her biggest life lessons to date.