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Tips No. 78. Smart organizing ideas for your kitchen (Part III).Serving trays, bowls, platters, utensils and the other party serving pieces take up too much space, but they are rarely used. Only a few times a year. However, they are scattered everywhere in your pantry, in cabinets and drawers. How to keep the beast at bay?a. Keep the best serving pieces. Nest the items by size on an assigned shelf. Remember –they do not have to stand on your fingertips because you do not use them so often.b. Throw out damaged serving pieces.c. Here is a very good tip: square pieces take up less space than round ones! Consider this for the next time when you go shopping.
Tips No. 82. Labels are great help for keeping kitchen items organized.There are many computer programs to print your labels. Labels come in printable PDF templates, which are editable. It means that you will be able to change colors, size, font types, etc. Just use different colors for different groups. Then, you have to glue them to containers. From now on, you will always know where everything is. Find these useful templates on the Internet and let your imagination go wild!
Tips No. 144. You get a lot of extra storage with hanging shelves.There are a lot of things that we use on a daily basis. We just need these items each and every day. Especially if we have kids. Parents are aware of it. However, what to do with this pile of toys, newspapers, books, groceries and other items that are scattered all over dining room? When it comes to clearing clutter from your dining room, these things are the first in the list.Are you looking for a daily activity organizer? What about floating shelves? Floating shelves are inexpensive and practical solutions for your dining room. They are easy to install and you can find them in popular colors and different sizes depending on their purpose. The possibilities are endless.