Welcome to our updated post 20 Stylish and Organized Kitchen Ideas 2 – Decoratics Magazine
Yesterday we brought you 10 innovative ideas for organizing the kitchen, and today we continue presenting these practical and distinct ideas to help you avoid clutter and not waste time searching for anything in your kitchen.
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1 Divided into the cabinet with shelves allowing for storing power tools with a great alternative system for placing them on prep surfaces at all times. This provides more ironing space and more comfort during cooking.
2 This cabinet combines two practical ideas, which are the drawers for stacking large dishes and utensils without fear of friction and breakage and the upper partition that allows the trays to be perfectly organized.
3 Drawer organizers are a practical and great idea to avoid clutter, as they allow you to use one drawer to store more than anything. For example, you can divide the large tray between spoons and condiments.
4 The great design of this drawer allows you to perfectly organize all your spoons and cookware and keep them close to your hands as well as you cook.
5 These dish holders allow you to store dishes in any cabinet or drawer in an organized manner and also provide them with additional protection against breakage.
6 Take advantage of the wasted space around the kitchen door by designing a frame of small shelves, which will give you additional space for stacking utensils and a creative aesthetic touch to the kitchen as well.
7 These perforated panels can be used to hang and organize many things in the kitchen, such as cooking spoons, small cleaning tools, and even cooking utensils and bowls as well, which will enable you to make excellent use of all kitchen walls and you can stack things artistically as part of the decor as well.
8 You can combine this perforated clapboard idea with a sliding thin cabinet for a perfect practicality without wasting any space.
9 You can attach these hangers to one side of your cabinets to hang bowls or cookware and spoons, which will make them organized and easy to reach.
10 Using one of the deep drawers and dividing it to separate bottles, metal, plastic and paper cans is a great idea for a clutter-free kitchen and to help you implement the principle of recycling and preserving the environment.