easy kitchen storage ideas

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Our kitchen is the heart of our home. We use it to eat, use our laptops, do homework, sit around and chat and drop all of our stuff on the counter! Our kitchen isn’t that big so we have implemented as many functional storage solutions as possible. I am sure even if your kitchen isn’t the hub in your home, storage is still a necessity. Today I wanted to share a few easy kitchen storage ideas that anyone can implement in an afternoon, or even an hour.

Kristin at Ella Claire Inspired added shelving in her kitchen to accommodate large covered glass jars filled with food favorites. How cool is this?!

easy kitchen storage ideas

Jenna at SAS Interiors created this kitchen utensil center and spice rack on the inside of a cupboard door.

easy kitchen storage ideas

In our home, we were guilty of piling up our electronics, phones, keys and whatever else seems to be on our bodies as we walked in the door so I converted a bread box into a charging station. By drilling a couple holes in the back, the cords are hidden and this little guy looks fabulous on our kitchen counter.

easy kitchen storage ideas

This is such a great idea from House to Home to hang a long rod across the backsplash and hang kitchen utensils with inexpensive hooks.

easy kitchen storage ideas

Decorative pitchers are perfect for utensils.

easy kitchen storage ideas

Now this next project might take a weekend, but if you are handy and have someone to help you, you could build this! The girls at Classy Clutter created this fabulous DIY can cabinet. See their site for a full tutorial. Isn’t this such a great idea for alongside a refrigerator?

easy kitchen storage ideas

Sarah at Cozy Cottage Cute, used two side tables to hold baskets and jars to corral kitchen essentials. I love the idea of adding shelving above as well. Perfect blank wall solution!

easy kitchen storage ideas

Clear jars are great for storing smaller food items.

easy kitchen storage ideas

Getting organized in the kitchen doesn’t need to be difficult. Start with a drawer or cupboard and work your way around. Try one project a day, that way you won’t get overwhelmed. Unless of course, you are like me and have 16 things going on at once!


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