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Unusual Kitchen Organization Tips

6 Unusual Kitchen Organization Tips, these are some very inventive and neat kitchen organization tips I really like the Tea Tin Magnets!  Very inventive.  


I also like the use of the old pantry door.  There are some pretty imaginative and crafty people out there!  


Do you have kitchen tips that you would like to share?  Let me know I would love to post them and share them on the blog!




We have a tendency to store our things away in unnoticed nooks, hidden drawers and buried bins. The result? A tangled mess of unused stuff. Get organized by showcasing your kitchen goodies with these clever and creative storage ideas. You won’t believe how simple (and stylish) some of these tips are. Let the organization begin!


Repurposed Pantry DoorRepurposed Pantry Door


The open panels of a pantry door are an unlikely (but perfect) place to store kitchen appliances. This is great alternative to clustering your appliances in a messy drawer. Paint it in a bold colour and even consider hanging a painting – after all, who said organization can’t be stylish, too?


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Tea Tin MagnetsTea Tin Magnets


Save empty tea tins – they make the perfect fridge magnet (and they’re too cute to throw out anyways). Simply attach a magnet to the back of the tin, fill them with pens and tack up your latest grocery lists. Plus, when you run out of something, having the grocery list on the fridge is a great reminder to jot it down.


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Nifty Cutlery StorageNifty Cutlery Storage



Forget hiding your best cutlery in a drawer – use mason jars propped on your counter space instead. It’s easier to access, maintain organized, and most of all it makes for a pretty countertop accessory.



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Convenient Baking SuppliesConvenient Baking Supplies



Transform the empty backs of your kitchen cupboards into a clever space for baking supplies. Here’s how: use nails as hooks to hang your measuring cups and spoons. To take it a step further, coat the surface in chalkboard paint, then label the measuring tools and include a conversion guide to refer to while baking.



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Neat and Tidy Colouring BoxNeat and Tidy Colouring Box



The colouring box tends to become a mess of dried markers and crayon nubs (not to mention it becomes increasingly difficult for thekids to find the right colour). The fix? Empty toilet paper rolls serve as tubes to help colouring tools stand upright.



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DIY Jewellery DrawersDIY Jewellery Drawers


We love the idea of using upholstered picture frames as drawers to gently hold our bits and bobs. To complete the project, remove the backs of large picture frames and place fabric on top of the glass. Close the back of the picture frame to reveal your new gorgeouskitchen pantry drawer! It’s as easy as 1-2-3.


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Topics: OrganizationKitchenDIY


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