Organizing products and systems can be expensive, even at the discount store. But there is no room in the home where being organized is more important than the kitchen! Let us give you an organizing hand with these great small kitchen organization ideas, on a budget. No matter how tight your wallet, there is always a way to make it better, prettier, cleaner or more enjoyable. Learn how to organize your small kitchen!
Small Kitchen Organization Ideas
Kitchen Baking Organization
‘A Bowl Full of Lemons‘ shows us how to use a pull out drawers, inexpensive plastic organizers and labels to create a baking zone for all you dedicated bakers out there. She even points out that it’s not necessary (though nice) to have to pull out the shelf. If you have a small kitchen and you love to bake, you know how much baking “stuff” you can accumulate. And after all, even though you only bake with meringue powder once a year, you need it, right?
Get organized so that all your supplies are in one place with this at home baking zone from Toni at ‘Design Dazzle‘. Not only does this save you time gathering your ingredients, it also makes it easy to see when you are running low on something! This is an easy and inexpensive project that customizes your kitchen! This also frees up space in your pantry for other items.
How to Organize Kitchen Drawers
Drawers a little cluttered? No problem, ‘Organized Mom‘ shows you how to make inexpensive drawer dividers with cheap 55 cent wood lath from Home Depot and some wood glue! Or pop on over to our sister site OhMeOhMy and read all about Kitchen Drawer Organization. It’s really helpful to have the separate sections to be able to find small items too. Have you ever looked for a meat thermometer in a drawer packed full of utensils just crammed in there? Not. Fun.
‘Ugly Duckling House‘ has another take on a small kitchen organizer for your silverware drawer. Step by step photos for this tutorial! Way better than paying $20+ for an expensive store bought wooden drawer divider! You could use this for spices, or for the junk drawer too. Good small kitchen organization means using every space as efficiently as possible.
This kitchen organization idea for small spaces just pretties up the counter, while keeping a rarely used item out of the drawers… From ‘BHG‘, store cookie cutters on a paper towel dispenser!
Kitchen Organizer Rack
This is a perfect easy project for small kitchens. This DIY wire utensil rack is made from wire rebar fencing made for laying concrete. From ‘A Beautiful Mess‘.
Small Kitchen Cabinet Organization Ideas
Love this simple idea from ‘Apartment Apothecary‘! Use magazine file holders for foil, plastic wrap and other small boxes to help organize your tiny kitchen. Remember, take advantage of every space!
‘HGTV‘ has a clever project for a farmhouse kitchen to save space in the pantry. Screw mason jar lids to the underside of your upper cabinets, then fill the jars with staples and screw onto the lids! You could even save glass jars from foodstuffs, like mayo and tomato sauce jars, to save money. You won’t see the lids under the lip of the cabinet anyway.
Use a file organizer from the dollar store to organize cookie sheets, Tupperware lids, and pot lids. From ‘Family Handyman‘.
‘Simply Organized‘ shows us how to create this trash bag on a roll system! I’m so tired of pulling mine out of a box, pulling out too many and having to tuck them back in… then pulling those same ones out the next time.
Small Kitchen Organization Spice Racks
From ‘Barry and Christy’, use the clips meant for mop or broom handle storage to store spices or small jars and cans inside pantry cabinet doors. Genius organization idea, on the cheap!
Love this spice rack made out of glass baby food jars. (See! Told you there were small kitchen organization ideas on a budget!) Make this magnetic spice rack from ‘Dav.i.son.’
Fridge Organization Ideas
‘2 Little SuperHeroes‘ has this tip : Use dollar store vinyl placemats as fridge mats that can easily be pulled out and cleaned in the sink. All those years of pulling out the glass shelves every couple of months, and it’s a one dollar fix! Jump on over to OhMyOhMy and check out 7 Steps to an Organized Fridge.
Image Credits: Dav.I.Son, A Bowl Full of Lemons, Design Dazzle, Ugly Duckling House, BHG, A Beautiful Mess, Apartment Apothecary, HGTV, Family Handyman, Simply Organized, Barry & Christy, 2 Little Superheroes