Organization is key when it comes to kitchens. With everything in its place, even the tiniest of kitchens is a joy to cook in.
READ: Organize Your Cosmetics in the Bathroom
Our friends over at Real Simple have rounded up some of the best ideas for rogue spice bottles, oddly-shaped cookware, cookbooks and more!
Check out their ingenious ideas below.
Turn to a Lazy Susan
Contain messes by housing sticky or spillable food items on an easy-to-clean lazy Susan.
Give Cookbooks Space
Cookbooks are fine on open shelves, so long as they're not exposed to humidity and grease from the fridge or stove.
Hang aprons, pot holders and dish towels on pegs (mount them at least two feet away from the stove).
Store Items by Use
Arrange your kitchenware by frequency of use, with everyday dishes on an easy-to-reach lower shelf and special-occasion pieces up above.
Group Similar Objects
Group objects by purpose and assign them to specific cabinets, as with the bakeware centralized here.