If you’re looking to add cute and fun ideas to your kitchen, you’ve come to the right blog post. Today, I have twenty-one fun ways to organize a kitchen.
These ideas are easy, simple, and price-friendly for most lifestyles or are easily adaptable for any budget.
Many, if not most, are accessible to renter-friendly spaces or homeowners and do not require any major planning.
The best part about all twenty-one hacks is that they only take a few minutes to under a day’s work.
It’s a great way to add fun little touches and surprises throughout your kitchen and dining room to make it stand out.
1. Choose Containers That Double Up As Decor
A great way to make your storage containers unique yet cohesive is by uniformly painting them.
Opt for a reliable color that works for your kitchen, like one of these paints, and keep it handy for new additions.
2. Get A Storage Cart
Consider a rolling bar cart if you want flexibility in your kitchen storage. That way, you can swap any seasonal or specific items you need throughout the month.
3. Add Dividers To Give Drawers Orders
We all have that one drawer, whether a silverware drawer or Tupperware, it always turns a mess.
A way to help prevent that drawer from becoming a no man’s land is by adding a divider into the space–that way, there’s always a home.
This is one of the best ways to organize small items!
4. Store Stemware Upside Down
A way to save some space while having a cute display is by storing stemmed glasses upside down.
There are plenty of different products you can find online that’ll work for your home–renter or homeowner-friendly too.
5. Store Utensils In Baskets
Free up some drawer space or counter by adding silverware to a suspended cup on the wall. It’s a funky but functional way to have all your utensils in one streamlined place.
Add different-sized cups to a suspension bar like this to keep all your goods in one place.
6. Use A Divider To Stack Pans And Lids
Free up some extra space and opt for a great pan and lid divider like the above. It’s a great and easy way to display some of your best pots and pans in one neat space.
7. Use The Space Above Cabinets Too
Quite often, an underutilized space in the kitchen is above the cabinets if you have that available.
It’s the perfect option to display beloved family pieces, not regularly used items, or anything else.
8. Keep A Lazy Susan On The Countertop
A fun lazy susan to hold your daily essentials for the kitchen countertop or dining room table is an excellent space-saving hack.
Plenty of them are out there, so make sure to find one that suits your space.
9. Use More Vertical Space With A Riser
For those looking for more kitchen space, consider adding a riser to a smaller space, like on a tight counter. Adding little bits of space is a great option–a few risers can change the game.
10. Wrap Appliance Cords Around A Command Hook
Cords can always make a space look way messier.
An excellent option to clean up any cord-heavy spaces is by adding command hooks like these directly onto the back of the appliance.
Wrapping it directly onto the back makes any appliance ready to go at any given moment.
You’ll want to know these other incredible command hook hacks!
11. Organize Coffee And Tea Drawer With Baskets
Overhaul your coffee and tea organization by adding cute baskets and accessories.
Pro-tip: make sure to take measurements of the space and figure out what you’d like to work for your coffee and tea.
12. Use A Magnetic Strip For Your Knives
Magnetic strips for knives are a cult favorite for kitchen crews and chefs, so why not add one to your kitchen?
There are plenty of different options out there–make sure to do your homework to figure out the best DIY storage solution that works for you.
13. Get A Removable Dish Rack
The best secret weapons in any kitchen are versatile and flexible, and a removable dish rack is one of those items.
A removable dish rack is great for trips, too, and you never know when one will come in handy.
14. Use Mason Jars To Organize Kitchen Drawers
If you don’t like the idea of hanging utensils from cups on the walls, this drawer alternative is a great option.
Play around with the jars you do have–this hack only works if you have the right size jars.
15. Use Labels To Organize Pantry Items
Labeling ingredients, leftovers, and everything in between truly change your time in the kitchen.
Having the ease of knowing what something is complete without having to pick it up will save so much time in the kitchen.
You might also want to know these brilliant ways to store fruits and vegetables!
16. Roll Up Your Kitchen Towels To Store In A Drawer
If you are a person who uses dishtowels often, dedicating a drawer to them is a great functional idea. Roll the towels to fit more in each space to add that special touch to this hack.
You can tell where everything is and when to refill.
17. Organize Your Spices On A Tiered Tray
Spice areas can get messier quicker than most other areas, so it’s a good idea to have some sort of shelving or structure unit.
There are plenty of different shelving options, so make sure to shop around.
18. Utilize Storage Baskets
Bins can get overlooked as more clutter, making a space more organized when done intentionally.
Label the bins accordingly and have specific homes to keep this hack in line for a long time. Check out these pretty ways to organize with baskets!
19. Store Seasonal Items In A Box
Seasonal kitchen items do not need to be out year-round, so grab a box that will house everything appropriately.
If you have the space, stow it in the corner of a kitchen, but if not, a closet, attic, or other space works well.
20. Use A Rack To Stack Baking Sheets
Stop hunting through your baking sheets by adding a rack to house them all. A rack like this one should be able to handle any baking item you may need to store.
21. Hang Your Mugs
Hanging mugs above a coffee or tea area can be a sweet way to display a few favorite mugs or your whole collection.
Make sure to use the right hardware to securely keep the mugs safely on the wall.