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Kitchen Cabinet Organization

Let Lowe’s Meet All Your Kitchen Storage Needs The kitchen is typically a favorite room for its prime entertaining space, but it’s often difficult to keep track of all the elements. From drawer organizers to trash cans and islands to kitchen accessories, Lowe’s has everything you need to organize your favorite spot. Find the perfect place for your pots and pans with a cabinet organizer, or add countertop and storage space with a kitchen cart. Get yourself ultra-organized with useful additions like a spice rack, food storage containers, kitchen canisters, wine racks and utensil holders. Or go the full makeover route with kitchen storage cabinets and kitchen cabinet hardware. Choose from popular brands like ClosetMaid and Rev-A-Shelf. Let your organization project spill over into pantry organization, garage organization or even install new laundry room cabinets. Whatever your project, Lowe’s will help you find a stylish and seamless solution to your organization needs.
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Kitchen Cabinet Organization

The kitchen is typically a favorite room for its prime entertaining space, but it’s often difficult to keep track of all the elements. From drawer organizers to trash cans and islands to kitchen accessories, Lowe’s has everything you need to organize your favorite spot. Find the perfect place for your pots and pans with a cabinet organizer, or add countertop and storage space with a kitchen cart. Get yourself ultra-organized with useful additions like a spice rack, food storage containers, kitchen canisters, wine racks and utensil holders. Or go the full makeover route with kitchen storage cabinets and kitchen cabinet hardware. Choose from popular brands like ClosetMaid and Rev-A-Shelf. Let your organization project spill over into pantry organization, garage organization or even install new laundry room cabinets. Whatever your project, Lowe’s will help you find a stylish and seamless solution to your organization needs.
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Kitchen Cabinet Organization

1 Of 12 Stack shelves to make use of head room. These mesh versions come from U.K. site Store, but similar versions abound at The Container Store. 2 Of 12 Hang tools on the back of the door.The cork board also adds a place to pin recipes.See more at My So-Called Home »Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 3 Of 12 Decant everything into labeled containers.Without the visual cacaphony of logos, you can easily find what you’re looking for.See more at Everyday Occasions by Jenny Hobick » 4 Of 12 Mix and match organizing products.Don’t feel limited to just using one product per cabinet. In this kitchen, a hook, dividers and a hanging caddy ensure every inch of this tall and narrow space is being used to its fullest potential. Kathryn WirsingAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 5 Of 12 File away baking sheets and cutting boards.You can repurpose a wire filing rack or purchase custom cabinet inserts.See more at WhisperWood Cottage » 6 Of 12 Add a pretty liner to your cabinet.It not only looks lovely, the contrasting paper (or fabric) makes lighter-hued items stand out.See more at A Lo And Behold Life »Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 7 Of 12 Corral smaller items in bins.This way, you can pull out the whole bin to get what you need, instead of having to rifle through the entire cabinet.See more at The Social Home » 8 Of 12 Turn a small cabinet into a pull-out pantry.In designer Stephanie Stokes’ tiny kitchen, pull-out cabinets make it easy to access dry goods.See more kitchen ideas that go beyond cabinets »Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 9 Of 12 Store spices on a Lazy Susan. A turntable lets you access every little jar with ease.See more at Chez Larsson » 10 Of 12 Install slide-out shelving. A shelf system that slides out lets you easily pick up (and store) awkward items like heavy pots and pans.See more at Mini Manor Blog » Next Gallery 8 City Nicknames And The Meaning Behind Them So this is why Baltimore is called “Charm City.” By Rosey Barraza and Rachel Swalin
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Kitchen Cabinet Organization

1 Of 12 Stack shelves to make use of head room. These mesh versions come from U.K. site Store, but similar versions abound at The Container Store. 2 Of 12 Hang tools on the back of the door.The cork board also adds a place to pin recipes.See more at My So-Called Home »Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 3 Of 12 Decant everything into labeled containers.Without the visual cacaphony of logos, you can easily find what you’re looking for.See more at Everyday Occasions by Jenny Hobick » 4 Of 12 Mix and match organizing products.Don’t feel limited to just using one product per cabinet. In this kitchen, a hook, dividers and a hanging caddy ensure every inch of this tall and narrow space is being used to its fullest potential. Kathryn WirsingAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 5 Of 12 File away baking sheets and cutting boards.You can repurpose a wire filing rack or purchase custom cabinet inserts.See more at WhisperWood Cottage » 6 Of 12 Add a pretty liner to your cabinet.It not only looks lovely, the contrasting paper (or fabric) makes lighter-hued items stand out.See more at A Lo And Behold Life »Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 7 Of 12 Corral smaller items in bins.This way, you can pull out the whole bin to get what you need, instead of having to rifle through the entire cabinet.See more at The Social Home » 8 Of 12 Turn a small cabinet into a pull-out pantry.In designer Stephanie Stokes’ tiny kitchen, pull-out cabinets make it easy to access dry goods.See more kitchen ideas that go beyond cabinets »Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 9 Of 12 Store spices on a Lazy Susan. A turntable lets you access every little jar with ease.See more at Chez Larsson » 10 Of 12 Install slide-out shelving. A shelf system that slides out lets you easily pick up (and store) awkward items like heavy pots and pans.See more at Mini Manor Blog »
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Kitchen Cabinet Organization

Place dishes you use most often in accessible cabinets. Assess which items you use on a daily basis and pick a large, accessible cabinet to store them in. You probably want to choose a cabinet that is located over the counter, rather than below it, so you won’t have to bend over to reach the dishes you need most often. If your cabinets have multiple shelves, place your frequently used items on the bottom. Your dinner plates, salad plates, and cereal bowls probably fall into the “daily use” category. Go ahead and stack them neatly in the cabinet you have chosen. If you don’t have room for large plates, you can use a dish drying rack as a plate rack on your counter. In a separate accessible cabinet, store your water glasses, coffee cups, mugs, and other items you use every day.
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Kitchen Cabinet Organization

Line the cabinets with paper or cork linings. Fresh cabinet linings will help eliminate old odors and create a nice space for your kitchen supplies. You can choose among paper, vinyl, or rubber liners that come in a myriad of textures and patterns. Measure your cabinet floors and cut the liners to size, then insert them in the bottom of the cabinets. Some liners come with adhesive backings to help them stay in place on the cabinet floors.
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Kitchen Cabinet Organization

Store food in its own cabinet. If you plan to have a food and spice cabinet, choose a space that’s slightly separate from the rest of your kitchen supplies. It wouldn’t do to have cereal and spices spilling out onto clean dishes, so you want to make sure food items have their own designated area. You could also have a separate spice cabinet. Extracts, herbs, and other small items also have a place here. It all depends on what you like to use when you cook, and what you prefer to have within easy reach. You may choose instead to have a spice drawer. If this is the case, line the drawer well with a disposable liner that you can switch out when it gets soiled with stray spices. Set up your spice containers inside the drawer.
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Kitchen Cabinet Organization

Place hooks underneath cabinets to hold mugs above the countertop, or hang a stemware rack in the same spot for wine glasses. This will free up considerable cabinet space. You could also hang adhesive hooks on the inside of cabinet doors or pantry doors to hold tools such as measuring cups, oven mitts or other kitchen gadgets. Consider using wall space or a ceiling rack to hang pots and pans. Keep in mind that any space you can use to hang something will free up flat space inside a cabinet.
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Organization is Key Cookbook author Sheri Castle, whose most recent book is The New Southern Garden Cookbook: Recipes for Enjoying the Best from Homegrown Gardens, Farmers’ Markets, Roadside Stands and CSA Farm Boxes, has organized her kitchen into task-oriented work zones. “For example,” she says, “I keep all of the items I use for baking in one drawer, all items for measuring and mixing in one drawer, and all knives and cutting tools together in another drawer. When I’m ready to cook, everything I need is in one spot, ready to grab and go. This organization makes prep work quicker because I don’t have to dig around for things. It also makes clean up quicker, because I know exactly where everything should go when I’m done.

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