Smart ways to organize kitchen utensils
Organizing kitchen utensils is not an easy task to do, you need the right tools and guidelines to get the job done. It is possible to start organizing but find that your drawers like they used to in the previous house. Buying utensils can be fun and exciting until you come home only to realize that you don’t have enough drawer space at all and find yourself trying to figure out how to organize all your utensils on your countertop without creating a cluttered space.
What do you do when you have bought a new set of your favorite large knives, knives, forks, spoons and teaspoons but there is no space to keep it? The last thing we all want is to have too many mismatched utensils and they’re not fitting right. Smaller kitchens aren’t always equipped with a lot of drawer storage and Kitchen drawers come in all kinds of shapes, sizes, depths, and materials and this can make it hard to find a home for utensils.
It’s time to stop digging through a kitchen drawer filled with a sea of mixed silver utensils and cutlery. There is always a solution to organizing your kitchen and utensils in a way that makes sense to you, whether you have drawers, cabinets or even just a tiny corner of counter space, we have the best tips on storing kitchen utensils.
Start by removing everything from your kitchen drawers and containers.
You may come across some things that don’t belong or are too old and out of style, this is an opportunity to see what’s really going on inside your cabinets or drawers. Get rid of any duplicates and any mismatching utensils.
The drawer is now empty, it’s time to wipe it out with a damp paper towel and give it a good clean. After cleaning the drawer, make sure to hand wash your utensils and trays as well.
It’s time to position the drawer or tray. This is one of the main points in effectively organizing kitchenware and instead of just slapping a divided utensil tray into the drawer and letting it slide around without direction. Positioning your drawers or trays keeps your drawer tidy and stops you from stuffing random things inside the gaps.
Pimp out your cutlery drawer to make it more user-friendly. Begin to put back and refill the drawers with everyday utensils. This can range from a daily flatware set you use for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Keep your entertaining utensils, serving pieces, steak knives, or extra sets in other colors or patterns.