Hello everyone, happy new week. Today I’m sharing the three kitchen organization pieces I love. Here I will share the pieces that keep my knives, spices and also my dishes ready for easy access.
Lets Start with – Organizing Spices
Because I am a cook and baker it’s truly important my spices and seasonings are neat and easy to find. Kitchens can be particularly expensive, especially cabinet accessories in particular and these three kitchen organization pieces I love are budget friendly.
As a result of these not being budget friendly from the custom cabinet maker, I began looking for solutions for kitchen organization pieces. For example this Rev-A-Shelf spice insert. Besides being a great price it gives my drawer a built in spice rack for a quarter of the price. The spices are also neatly stacked separating baking spices from the cooking spices.
Second Of Three Kitchen Organization Pieces I Love – A Knife Block Tray
Another piece I did buy is this Rev-A-Shelf knife block tray. Besides keeping the knives neat it also keeps them from being dangerous when grabbing. It also prevents the knives from becoming dull. This kitchen organization piece I love is also a quarter of the price a custom insert will cost.
In addition to these being economical, these organization pieces can be trimmed to fit custom drawers.
Finally – Expandable Shelves
Lastly, these metal expandable shelves are gamechangers for kitchen storage. Because I have an assortment of dishes these expandable shelves keep dishes neatly stacked and organized. In addition to them stacking neatly they also double the space inside my cabinets which is why this organization piece is one I love.
By the way, these expandable shelves also work well in my pantry to keep my dry goods neatly stacked, giving me easy access and doubles the storage in my pantry.
I hope these three kitchen organization pieces I love helps keep your kitchen nice and tidy. Will these work in your kitchen? I’d love to read your comments and input.
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