7 smart ways of arranging Japanese in a tight kitchen

Articles Aug 14, 2019 05:08

Here are 7 clever tips to make a small and many-thing kitchen becomes neat and tidy

Smart ways of arranging Japanese in a tight kitchen

Utilize the maximum kitchen wall

7 smart ways of arranging Japanese in a tight kitchen

Kitchen wall is the ideal place to mount all kinds of spoons, stainless steel bars to hang things. However, care should be taken to carefully measure the wall size to buy spoons which are not too big or too small.

Vertical arrangement

7 smart ways of arranging Japanese in a tight kitchen

In the kitchen cupboard, vertical layering will optimize your space. Items such as deep plastic baskets can significantly increase kitchen cabinet space.

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Square baskets will help to use corners in the kitchen cabinets than round baskets.

Take advantage of the space under the sink

7 smart ways of arranging Japanese in a tight kitchen

Frying pan can also be stored vertically in the container boxes under the sink.

Self-made hangers to hide items

7 smart ways of arranging Japanese in a tight kitchen

All kinds of pots and pans can be neatly arranged under the sink thanks to these homemade hangers.

Don't forget to use the inside of the cupboard door

7 smart ways of arranging Japanese in a tight kitchen

Some sticky hooks will help to keep the pots and pans neatly behind the kitchen door.

Increased kitchen counter space

7 smart ways of arranging Japanese in a tight kitchen

Narrow kitchens often have very small kitchen platforms. Using all kinds of racks, the spoons is about to be set up on the sink as in the picture to help make the kitchen sink more spacious

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Attach and label excess utensils

7 smart ways of arranging Japanese in a tight kitchen

In order not to search for leftovers, classify them by putting them in a plastic bag, use a paper clip to clip the edge of the bag and label it.

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