Carving out more storage space in the kitchen doesn't have to cost a fortune. Get organized with these super-simple tricks (many using items you already have around the house).
Capture unused space over a door or window by hanging a basic shelf above the frame and using it to store off-season dishes, rarely used serving pieces, or bottles of wine.
Bulky pots and pans take up a lot of room; free up valuable drawer space by hanging them from a ceiling-mount rack. If that's not possible, use hooks to mount them to the wall for artistic effect.
Baskets are a pretty way to keep messes out of sight. Use them on shelves or in cabinets to organize linens, snacks, utensils, and more.
Messy pantry? Tidy up in no time with these clever clutter-busting tricks.
Corral plastic and zip-top bags by storing them in metal tissue holders. The bins are perfect for organizing a drawer, but are attractive enough to sit on a counter.
Control undersink clutter by using clear plastic bins to store like items. Label each container so it's easy to find and return the tools you need.
Don't let a lack of drawer space cramp your style. Stash silverware in a pretty mug or container. Best of all, this idea makes it easy to move utensils from counter to table when entertaining.