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Your kitchen is one room that most likely gets a great deal of use every day. Since cooking can lead to a great deal of mess, keeping your kitchen clean and organized can be a never ending chore. If you are working on organizing in your kitchen, once and for all, here are a few tips to help you.
Keep your cookbooks on a shelf that is away from where you cook. Grease and fumes from the stove can ruin cookbooks over time. It is best to choose a shelf in your kitchen that is far away from sinks, stoves, and dishwashers to store your cookbooks. If you have a lot of cookbooks, consider buying a small shelving unit from a furniture store.
Consider next how you have your cabinets arranged. Consider putting the items you use the most on the most easily to reach shelves. Save the cabinets that are at the top or at the very bottom for the cooking tools and dishware that you hardly use.
Do not forget to make use of space under your cabinets in the kitchen. You can have paper towel racks, pegs for potholders, mug hooks, and much more under your kitchen cabinets. This is a great way to use normally ignored space.
The key to making your kitchen the most usable possible is organization. In order to properly organize your kitchen, keep the items you use the most in easy reach, consider keeping all items of one use together, like pots and bakeware, and make sure to use all the space you have available.
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