kitchen organization

And then? Rejoice! More room for frozen meatballs. Related: A Guide for When to Toss All the Food in Your Fridge Also on
This article was originally published on Rodale's Organic Life. She also recommends reorganizing everything stored inside
Not sure which kitchen items you really use most often? Use Walsh's no-effort experiment to weed out your useless utensils
I'm not sure I could tell you exactly when the jumble hits critical mass, but I do know it's something that happens to the best of us. These ideas are tailor made for the messily inclined.
Have you noticed that the state of your kitchen can make a huge difference in how your entire home feels? When things aren't running as they should, the smallest tasks (making breakfast, putting away groceries) can feel like a hassle.
Professional organizers are able to see things that the rest of us can't. Mainly, the hidden potential buried under layers
The more we cook, the more our recipes tend to scatter. Here are your best ways to organize them into one place.
Since so much time is spent in our kitchens, it's easy for the space to become cluttered and the furniture to get a little
Some of Sarah's most helpful tips? Only store the things you absolutely need at your fingertips. (This may mean getting rid
The secret to soul in a kitchen is not in what you buy and put into it, but in how you make room for people and nature to come into it.
Let's face it: As lovely as our kitchens may be, they can quickly (and frequently) become disaster zones. Cooking should
I recently wrote about the things a kitchen really doesn't need, but who am I kidding? For us Americans, the real fun is talking about what we do need.
It's inevitable that when spring comes around, our homes need some tidying up. Cleaning out the kitchen is the perfect opportunity