Tips No. 40. Pot and pan holder.If you do not know what to do with pots and pans because you have a small kitchen, there is no need to be concerned. You can easily build a simple storage area for your favorite cookware.How about using an old pallet for this purpose? You have to paint the pallet: then, anchor the pallet to the wall with drywall screws; lastly, you should add some hangers. In this way, you can keep your pots and pans neat and tidy.
Tips No. 54. Organize your foods by categories.Now you can start grouping foods by categories. There are five basic categories:1) Canned goods and jars2) Bulk items (e.g. rice, nuts, beans, and other dry goods)3) Snacks4) Chocolate and desserts5) Prepackaged foodDon’t forget to use doors. You should use the space on the inside of your pantry doors. Purchase a good door organizer and store bottles, sauces, jars, etc. And an extra tip for you: Use a pantry inventory sheet and pen to keep track of what you have!
Tips No. 181. Pegboard for your small tools.You can add a pegboard to your workspace in order to maximize a vertical space. In this way, you will have a quick access to the frequently used tools.a. First, purchase the pegboard of choice.b. To take this project to the next level, paint your pegboard in your favorite color.c. Next, install the pegboard in your workspace.Installing a pegboard is a quick and inexpensive way to improve your workspace. Keep your workspace safe, organized and beautiful by storing your frequently used tools on your pegboard. Have fun!