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Professional Organizer Favorites: Kitchen

Updated: Jan 23

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Today I'm sharing my tried and true Amazon organizing favorites for your kitchen.


Why Amazon?


Convenience, fast shipping with PRIME and easy returns. It's very easy for there to be problems with broken or missing pieces when buying organizing products online. Amazon has easy and fast returns, refunds, and replacements so I never have issues.

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Kitchen Organizing Products


Professional Organizer Tip: An organized kitchen is a kitchen that was organized with cooking in mind. When and how often you need something should guide product placement. Items that are frequently used should be accessible. If it's not accessible it won't be used as often and it definitely won't go back in its place after you're done with it.


 

Lazy Susans


One of the easiest ways to maximize your space and keep your products readily accessible is using a lazy susan. Professional Organizer Tip: Measure your space before you buy and make sure your product is an inch smaller than your space this accounts for it being able to spin properly and for items with handles.


Love these for Spices, Oils, Cans, and Medications.



 

Related: Professional Organizer Favorites: Bathroom Organizers

 

Pots, Pans and Lids Organizers


My least favorite kitchen items to organize are POTS! They're bulky, take up a lot of space, and also have handles (which makes them take up a lot more space than you think). Stacking them is what most of us do with our pots which just creates a mess when you need the pot or pan at the bottom of the stack. You shouldn't have to remove ALL of your pots and pans just to get to the one at the bottom.


That's why I love these organizers: They allow you to remove just the 1 item you need easily!


 

Related: Professional Organizer Speed Cleaning Favorites

 

Drinking Essentials Glasses, Cups, Water bottles, Thermos, Mugs


These are one of the most frequently used items so keep them close to where they should be used. Mugs should be near your coffee machine, cups, and glasses near the sink and wine and whiskey glasses near the alcohol.





 

Dry Ingredients


Choose a brand and stick to it! It's important all of your dry ingredients containers are able to stack on each other. So before choosing a brand measure your space and take inventory of how much product you need to contain.



 

Related: 10 Organizing baskets under $15

 

Under the sink


I love using the same products for kitchens and bathrooms. Check out my bathroom favorites here. Keep all of your cleaning, dishwashing, and disinfecting essentials under the sink. The best way to maximize your space here is to create shelves and use your cabinet doors for extra accessible storage. Don't forget to line your cabinets to prevent water damage!


 

Over the Door

If you're lucky enough to have a walk-in pantry you probably don't need these but if you ever need extra space for pantry items these over-the-door organizers provide A TON of extra shelf space.



 

Utensils


One thing I know for sure is that every kitchen needs a universal knife block. I have never been to a kitchen that is able to just have 1 set of knives. So if you get anything on this list make sure to opt for a universal knife block like the one below.


 

Related: Organize your Bathroom in 15 Steps

 

Refrigerator


Go for clear bins when organizing inside your fridge and if you happen to have the side of your fridge accessible to you go for magnetic bins they're a great little addition for regularly used items like salt and pepper shakers.





 

Freezer


Freezer bins with handles are great for when you need something that's packed under another a dozen other things.




 

Tupperware


Face it, these will never be organized. But it doesn't hurt to try.

Command caddies are great for storing lids if you don't have much space but the best method for these doesn't involve any organizing product but rather owning 1-2 types of Tupperware in the same size. If you need help decluttering your Tupperware learn how to declutter like a professional organizer here.





 

professional organizing for the bathroom using amazon organizing products



 


If you'd like a Professional Organizing Online Product Recommendation or a Professional Consultation you can request one here.


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