Stop stressing yourself on deciding what should be inside your kitchen storage cabinet. Instead, focus on organizing the things in it. Cup hangers, peg boards, and shelf dividers make it easier to organize given such a limited storage area. Choose square containers, with labels on them, as they stack easy and well inside the cabinet. Storing similar things together also helps save space.
Decorate kitchen cabinets to update the look of your kitchen. The space above (or below if its hanging) your kitchen cabinet can be a perfect venue to achieve a new view whenever you enter the kitchen. You may also experiment with colors and on styles, Or just prop it up with some unique items to give your cabinets a face lift. You may add personalized photo and frame or a vase of flowers on top of it. You may also add a little detail to the bottom to chunk it. The open area where the cabinet ends and ceiling begins provides much needed space to store other bulky stuff like big baskets or bins.
Owners often fail to consider cleaning their kitchen storage cabinets. Cleaning them prolongs their life and maintains their mint condition. But before you clean the inside of the cabinet, make sure you remove all the stuff in it first. The obvious secret on how to prevent reapplying the dirt you removed from your cabinet is to rinse your sponge or cloth thoroughly and frequently. There are specific cleaning solutions you should use depending on the type of cabinet. So be guided accordingly.
Do not directly decide on replacing your kitchen storage cabinet just to cater the stuff you want to fit into it or change one side of your kitchen. If you do not want to waste your time and spend more money, then learn how to take care of it.
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