April 23

Our Kitchen Organization

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Amanda Lindroth Glassware and Pitcher, Tory Burch Pitcher, Mosser PitcherBlue Terrain Glassware, Bee Terrain Glassware, SMEG Toaster

Of all the rooms in our house, the kitchen is the room we use most often used, which means it demands the most attention when it comes to finding  space for storing items. When we remodeled our home, we wanted the kitchen to feel open and unencumbered. We didn’t want to have a traditional pantry so we added wooden drawer liners, floating shelves, and hidden cabinets to store our dried goods and kitchenware. Needless to say, we have adapted to this style of organization, adding kitchen storage items on the counters, cabinets and in drawers to help mitigate clutter and create a sense of order. The results are decorative, fun, and functional. I’m sharing some of these creative options for those of you who love to display your items in a beautiful way as we do.

kitchen home organization
kitchen home organization

Left Image: Serena & Lily Bar Stools & Pendants / Right Image: Vintage Light (similar here), William Sonoma Chairs

Weck Jars

There is no shortage of uses for weck jars. We like to use them for storing nuts and seeds to keep them fresh. We also use our weck jars as containers for salad dressings and sauces. If you want to stay extra organized, you can creatively label them with these paint markers.

Lazy Susan

Some items, like olive oil, salt, and pepper, are used every day in our household, so keeping them out makes it so much easier to grab them as we’re cooking. This bamboo Lazy Susan can store all of these items and more, so they are available at a moment’s notice.

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