Thanks to Country Living again for great tips on organizing…perfect timing for #Holiday #Entertaining but useful all year
Preparing a holiday meal for the entire family is hard enough without fighting a leaning tower of pots and pans or bracing against a pantry avalanche. Before you get started baking and cooking, set up your kitchen for culinary success with these easy DIY organization ideas.
If you’re looking for a way to keep cutting boards accessible yet out of the way crafting weblog Art Love Fashion recommends placing a magazine rack on the inside of your kitchen cabinet door.
Of course this tip only works if none of your cutting boards are larger than an average magazine and pretty thin, but if your boards meet that description then you may work great for you. Take the cabinet off its hinges, drill the screw holes for the brackets, and mount the rack to the cabinet door taking care that the rack doesn’t interfere with interior shelving before you drill any holes.
My Fav from Post Road Vintage Blog
Materials: Jars with Lids, power screw gun, metal drill bit, 3/4″ screws (must be shorter than wood you’re drill to), tape measure, and cupboard or shelf to affix to bottom.
If you want the blue mason jars Etsy is a great place to find them.
Just make sure your lids fit snuggly. Wash and dry.
Measure and mark on your cupboard where you will be drilling the covers to.
Remember that for some things.. oils etc.. it is best not to keep these near heat.
I didn’t worry about it too much though as it is still an improvement over my last system!
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