64 Kitchen Organization Hacks to Help You Cut Back on Clutter
How to Organize Your Pots and Pans
Today’s goal: turn a jumble of pots and pans into an accessible stockpile. Neat Method’s Brooke Nieman and Lisa Ruff show us how.
7 Simple Ways to Declutter Your Kitchen
No worries if you missed out on spring cleaning this year. Summer is as good a time as any to tidy up the kitchen.
6 Ways to Get Your #FridgeGoals in Order
Here’s how to spring clean your fridge—and keep it looking perfect all year long.
5 Brilliant Organizing Ideas to Steal From the Most Inspiring Pantries
Pantries are like clothes closets—they always seem to collect more, and despite our best efforts, they're almost impossible to keep organized. But half the battle is learning how to organize them in a way that's easy to maintain (read: less work later) and building up the motivation to start organizing. These inspiring pantries spotted on Instagram help on both fronts: They're full of practical organizing ideas you can borrow, and admiring these pretty spaces will make you want to overhaul your own. Here are 5 brilliant organizing ideas to steal from these real-life pantries.
7 Internet Hacks for Organizing Your Cabinets That Actually Work
If you know in your heart of hearts that it’s high time you finally organize your kitchen cabinets like the functional adult you are (sometimes), today is as good a day as any, my friend. Good news is, just as Pinterest would have you believe, getting an organized system in place doesn’t need to be difficult or require special equipment. Here the smart Internet-inspired hacks our editors have seen success with in their own quests for cabinet nirvana.
How to Organize a Pantry
5 smart ways to streamline your cabinets and never lose track of anything again, from Molly Graves and Ashley Murphy, cofounders of Neat Method.
How Not to Have Your Kitchen Be a Hot Mess
No two cooks are the same, and neither are their kitchens. In the same way that every home cook has different tastes, preferences, and culinary pursuits, we all arrive at our final product in a different fashion. Some of us start with filth, add on to that filth throughout the cooking process, and then blast the kitchen at the end with one final, all-encompassing clean swoop. On the other hand, some of us are meticulous from the moment we step into the kitchen to the moment we sit down to eat—a “clean-as-you-go” approach, if you will. Sure, the latter approach that maintains tidiness throughout seems like the safest, most desirable option, but is it actually attainable?
5 Tips for Organizing Spices and Condiments
We recently caught up with our friend, cookbook author and all around winning human, Julia Turshen, about how she keeps things tidy in her fridge and pantry. Julia tends to keep a lot of irons in the fire at once, so it’s important that things don’t get out of control. Below, her top five tips for maintaining order in the kitchen:
10 Brilliant Dollar Store Kitchen Organization Hacks
Completely reorganizing your kitchen can be difficult, time-consuming, and expensive. Did you know you could simplify the process by heading to your local dollar store? That’s right, everything you need to organize your kitchen can be purchased for a buck apiece.
This $20 Gadget Will Instantly Double the Space Under Your Kitchen Sink
Most kitchen sinks have exposed piping (especially if you have a garbage disposal.) That’s why you wouldn't be able to use a freestanding cabinet shelf. However, this $20 adjustable gadget has two shelves, and is designed to fit around any existing piping.
Maximize Your Freezer Space with This Storage Gear
A little organization goes a long way.
12 Kitchen Organization Ideas That Would Make Marie Kondo Proud
Your freezer is a miracle worker, but that doesn’t mean it can’t be improved. Made too much for dinner? Freeze those leftovers and save them for a lazy day. Got more herbs than you need? Freeze them and use them when you do need them.
This Is Marie Kondo's Favorite Food Storage Container
Maybe you haven't jumped aboard the Marie Kondo home organization movement. The idea of cleaning the pantry or tossing out all yours 90s concert tees doesn't appeal to you right now. Finally emptying out the garage? No thanks. Or perhaps you've watched an episode or two of the organizational guru's new Netflix show, Tidying Up with Marie Kondo, and are ready to go all-in to tackling your household clutter.
5 Things To Get Rid of in a Small Kitchen
Petite kitchens definitely have their perks: they clean up quick, and you have everything you need within arms reach. You won’t feel like you've sprinted all over an industrial restaurant-style kitchen after preparing one bowl of scrambled eggs. There’s also a reason folks build out gigantic, sprawling kitchens when the opportunity presents itself. But fear not, even in the tiniest of cooking zones, there can be a space for everything. Here are a few things to ditch to make room for the real necessities.
This Will Be Your New Favorite Item For Organizing Your Kitchen
For me, one of the most frustrating tasks that comes with any serious kitchen organization overhaul is labeling all of the containers I've purchased to get the pantry/cupboards/fridge in order. Tape or super sticky labels are the usual go-tos, however, when it’s time to shuffle a few things around and relabel, both the tape and labels are a hassle to remove. This is why I was stoked to learn that the company behind everyone's most trusted stack of 3x3 colorful stickees now offer a viable, and super convenient, solution to the tidying-up dilemma.