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Master the Art of Kitchen Organization

With people making fewer trips to the store, pantries and refrigerators need to store more than ever before. Learn how to make the most of your space by using small tricks to maximize space. Our kitchens are the space that should be the most functional. It's one room that every home has and uses every day. If your kitchen is feeling a little crowded, you can maximize your space with a few tricks.

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Install Cabinet Hardware

Small changes like replacing or fixing broken shelves can make a world of difference. You can even install hooks, rods, cabinet rollouts, or add an extra shelf. Search online for DIY add-ons to make the best use of this space.

Transfer Food To Airtight Containers

Purchasing square or rectangle containers can help make better use of your space. Most items come in a variety of shapes and sizes. This can eliminate having awkwardly shaped items take up space in your cabinet.

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Keep Alike Shapes Together

If you aren't interested in purchasing containers for your items, use strategic placements to help you organize. Try to stack cans, place pasta boxes together, and stack bags of dried beans.

Put Things Back Where They Belong

It is vital to return items back to their rightful place. At the end of the day, grab items from various places in your kitchen and return them to where they belong. It can take a little while to get used to, but it will be worth it. 

Keep Regularly Used Items Within Reach

Make sure to store items that you use regularly closer to the bottom of your cabinets. Your favorite mugs, plates, and glasses should be on the first shelf. Infrequently used items such as china or holiday ware should be stored at the top.


If you have more items than your kitchen can handle, you may need a storage unit. At Blue Mountain Self Storage, we're ready to meet your storage needs. Whether you need a unit for a few months or a couple of years, we have you covered. Contact us today!

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