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The Art of Decluttering added this to 6 Steps to Organising Your Kitchen Utensils7 October 2019

Step 2Sort everything into categories so you can see like items together and visualise how many of each utensils you actually have. Find a kitchen designer to help design your storage

Pooja Khanna Tyagi added this to How to Design an Ergonomic Kitchen28 August 2018

Ensure good space management and make the kitchen look cleaner with kitchen organisers. These organisers will not only allow you to save valuable kitchen space and but also make your kitchen look aesthetically more pleasing.Read more:Bathroom Ergonomics: 9 Tips for Designing an Efficient Space10 Fundamental Kitchen Dimensions You Need to KnowTell us:How have you organised your kitchen so that it can function systematically? Share your ideas in Comments below.

Pooja Khanna Tyagi added this to 6 Must-Have Modular Kitchen Accessories28 May 2018

1. Cutlery organisers Cutlery organiser trays, when placed in drawers, do away with chaos and clutter, especially when you need to find things in a hurry. This kitchen accessory comes with compartments of various sizes that are suitable for stocking spoons, forks, knives, tongs and so on.Tip: Try to avoid placing a cutlery drawer directly below the cooking hob because the continual opening and closing of the drawer for utility items becomes an impediment while cooking.

Liz Durnan added this to How to Have a Happy, Organised, Clutter-Free Home29 December 2017

A place for everythingI know Marie Kondo didn’t invent this idea, but if there’s one thing I’ve taken from her much talked- about book, The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up, it’s the idea of having a place for everything and putting everything back there.Take a look at the most fantastic storage ideas for kitchens

Sam Briones added this to 20 Ingenious Storage Tricks20 July 2017

17. Having small divisions and compartments inside bigger storage areas simplifies the task of putting everything away.Little divisions do wonders for storage and organisation. The homeowner doesn’t end up putting everything away in one huge space and forgetting about it later. Instead, like items are grouped together and made visible, making them very easy to find when needed.

Anne Ellard Design added this to A Kitchen Designer’s Top 10 Cabinet Solutions9 April 2017

3. Incorporate a secret drawerA kitchen can never have too many drawers. And what better place to fit an extra drawer than inside another? This well-organised cutlery and utensil drawer makes fantastic use of space by having two separate drawers behind one drawer front. One section can be used for utensils, while the other can store cutlery. Alternatively, the second drawer is a great place to store a second set of cutlery reserved for special occasions and celebration dinners.

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lmcarparelli added this to Kitchens28 September 2021

Allows drawers tote as deep as one another

BJ added this to Walk In Pantry16 September 2021

for entertaining cutlery/servers