25 Super Simple (but Brilliant) Organization Hacks for a Tiny Kitchen

25 Super Simple (but Brilliant) Organization Hacks for a Tiny Kitchen

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Ever find yourself mid-stream into whipping up an amazing meal, but you can’t find half of the things you need to pull it off? Ever wonder how to transform your disorderly kitchen into a state of sanity? Here are 25 kitchen lifehacks to rescue the day. With dash of creative thinking, and a sprinkle of effort, you can double or triple the efficiency of your kitchen space. You can thank me later.

Here’s a crafty space-saving idea from The DIY Club. Who came up with unopenable drawers anyway?

Via The DIY Club

There are many ways to work with the insides of your cabinets. Plenty more below.

Via Better Home and Garden

Measuring cups are easy to store on hooks.

Via Family Handyman

A little chalk board paint and some hooks are handy for organization.

Via Tidbits from Tremaynes

Pegboards and a little colorful paint can go a long way.

Via Apartment Therapy

Magnetic knife blocks are handy. Keep out of reach of children and your ex.

Via Man Made DIY

Seriously, there are few limits to shelves with a little creativity.

Via The Inspired Room

Magnetic spice jars are a great way to enhance easy access flare for recipes.

Via Dav.I.Son.

Rolling shelves make for a swiss army knife style cabinet.

Via Family Handyman

There’s extra space everywhere. Even walls often have a little extra room for innovation.

Via Houzz

Look at all that space on the side of the cabinet!

Via Not Martha

Magnetic racks can be placed on the side of the fridge.

Via Instructables

Hanging pots and pans can be great. Watch your head.

Via Bed Bath and Beyond

Higher-than-normal shelving adds a decorative touch while freeing up cabinet space.

Via Buzzfeed

Use hooks or lazy susans for storing pots and pans in the corner.

Via Childfree Chic

Need extra counter space? Use the cutting board over the sink.

Via The Kitchn

Command hooks and baskets are key for using empty space under the sink.

Via I Heart Organizing

Place storage inside your cabinets with command strips.

Via Inspired Life

You can also place pot holders, and gloves on hooks inside cabinet doors.

Via Martha Stewart

Cereal containers can store far more than cereal.

Via Amazon

How about a curtain rod for glass lids?

Via Instructables

Shelves within shelves, within shelves… kind of like those russian dolls, really.

Via A Place for Everything

File away kitchen bakeware and cutting boards.

Via Container Store

Kitchen carts are multi talented.

Via Mary Made This

Narrow rolling carts are great for maneuverable storage.

Via The Little French Bullblog

Or you can just make these genius drawers. Find the details on Instructables.

Via Bob Kelland

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