In my opinion, the kitchen should be one of the most organized rooms in your home. It seems that most people like to prepare meals for themselves and their families as quickly and seamlessly as possible. And in order to prepare meals quickly, the kitchen needs to be organized. So today I’m sharing 10 organized kitchen cabinets and drawers.
I love this kid cabinet for kid specific dining utensils. I’d recommend having a kid cabinet on the lower level so kids can easily get a glass or fork on their own.
This lunch preparation drawer is genius – a one stop shop for preparing lunches for your kiddos or yourself. Store bread for sandwiches, sides, napkins, and utensils. You can also store a container in the fridge with pre-packaged carrots, grapes, etc.
Pots and pans are my nemesis in the kitchen. I feel like I’m constantly digging for what I need. Which is why I need to implement this system. Sorters are used to stack pans and organize baking pans. A container is used to corral the lids.
Keep all of your baking utensils together. The mixing bowls are stored on top and pans are on the bottom.
Put your lazy Susan to work. Pots and pans are easier to locate and grab. A much better system than shoving everything into a cabinet with no shelves.
Organize your spices with inexpensive tiered organizers. Spice packets are kept in a plastic bin.
Organizing cooking utensils can be easy with a little help from some drawer organizers. Group like utensils together.
Use a drawer for storage bags, wax paper, plastic wrap, foil, parchment paper, etc.
Keep the cabinet under your kitchen sink organized with plastic bins and racks attached to the back of the doors.
Have a junk drawer in your kitchen? You know, the catch-all drawer. Use a silverware organizer and small bins to cut down the mess and clutter.
I hope you found some organization inspiration from these organized kitchen cabinets and drawers!