When it comes to dinner time you will need a table, plus tableware, serving dishes, and anything else you need to sit down and eat. Salt and pepper shakers? Ask yourself whether it would be more convenient to store your dishes and silverware near the table or the dishwasher. I personally store mine above and next to my dishwasher. This way when I am emptying it I don’t have to move all over the kitchen. It all goes back to one convenient area.
How about when you need to clean? The sink, dishwasher and surroundings. Soap, gloves, dish pan, drying rack, cleansers, towels, etc. All cleaners and accessories are best stored conveniently organized under the sink. There is not much else one can do with that space anyways, so may as well make use of it. Another great tip is to keep the trash can handy, plus recycling and compost bins, too if you are into all that. Locate them as centrally as possible without being in the way. They should go near the cleaning and food preparation areas. This way you can chop and etc and dump easily into compost or garbage. I have a combined unit in my home that pulls out f the cabinetry to provide me with both garbage and recycle. It is great and handy next to my sink and prep areas. No Clutter Counters!!!!Pay particular attention to reducing the number of objects stored permanently on the counter. The counter needs frequent cleaning and it is your primary workspace. With these helpful hints, Kitchen Organization and functionality is at your fingertips.
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