I have finally learnt that kitchen organization can not magically happen overnight, you have to prioritize, be patient and move one cabinet at a time. I tackled spices, a corner cabinet, glassware and now on to dry goods and pulses. Continue reading
In a typical Indian kitchen your daily glassware and ceramics are a pain to organize. We do not access them as much as the steel utensils yet we need them handy. Whenever I would stack my glasses one after the other I would have to be extremely careful while taking them out as they could (and have) just topple down the shelf even with a light touch. So my solution was…..BASKETS and LEVELS.
Products used: 4 (3 baskets and 1 Helper Shelf) Continue reading
They are the most difficult places in a kitchen to organize….A CORNER CABINET. Here have a look at mine. I live in a rental so there is very little I could do to make life easier for me when I have to grab some heavy duty stuff like pressure cookers, huge woks and flour storage box on a daily basis and also it had to be temporary so that I can just grab-n-go whenever we move. The obvious answer to me was a helper shelf (or a fold-able rack) that I could just put there to create some levels and maximize my storage. So I ordered a pair of these online. They have changed the way I access my daily utensils and its so much easier and prettier to look at. I have pushed the least used utensils to the back and since the racks are light and can be easily taken out I will just remove these for a bit if and when I need the things at the back. I love how efficient this little project turned out. Product Used: 1