Let’s face it — as a parent, you probably spend way more time in the kitchen than you would like. There’s just so much to do! Breakfast, packing the little ones’ lunches, after-school snacks, dinner… And thus, the kitchen always seems to be messy. We got you. These 10-minute kitchen organization hacks will save you time, tidy the space, and keep you on top of your shopping list!
Keep your fridge organized and free of mysterious juices by covering the shelves and drawers with placemats. When things start to get messy, just take them out and wash with soap and water.
Soda Box Can Organizer
Transform an old soda box into a can holder. Make it pretty with decorative paper and chalkboard labels. (via Homemade Hooplah)
Measurement Conversion Chart
Sometimes cooking can get pretty frustrating — especially when you can’t figure out how many tablespoons eight ounces equals. Stay organized with this measurement conversation chart. (via Infarrantly Creative)
It’s so difficult to find the right spice. They always end up getting lost behind other containers. Keep them organized with this simple spice drawer. All are neatly arranged, and you can find them in the blink of an eye! (via Bigger Than the Three of Us)
Wash out finished jars of condiments — from sauces to pickles to mayonnaise. Then add chalkboard labels to create new containers for flour, cereal, pasta, snacks, and more. (via Inspired to Share)
File Folder Mail Holder
Don’t leave mail scattered around the kitchen counters. Place it on the fridge with this DIY mail holder, made out of file folders. (via A Beautiful Mess)
Cell Phone Charging Station
Phone cords are one obvious culprit of kitchen clutter. Hide them in a breadbox that is repurposed into a charging station. (via Four Generations One Roof)
Cleaning Supply Organization
Keep the cleaning supplies under the sink tidy with a tension rod and baskets. (via A Thousand Words)
Avoid the grime that inevitably forms around the sink by your soap and sponge, with this DIY stand. Simply glue a candlestick to the bottom of a plate, and you’re done. (via Natalme)