In the kitchen, every inches of space is important. It is simply because we have tons of stuff to be putted in it while not all of us have the opportunity of having large space of kitchen. But do’t give up already. We’ve already prepare some DIY ideas that will make your kitchen organize!

1. Spices

Having an unorganized spices are troublesome to find what you need when you need it. Here are some DIY ideas to make it simpler.

With some sanding and staining, you can turn one into a DIY spice rack that’s both functional and charming

Matching clear-topped tins put a clever spin on the spice drawer. fill, label, and organize your tins

Just empty your spice containers into magnetic tins and arrange them on the fridge door for an eye-popping presentation

Just drill holes into a strip of wood to accommodate your test tubes, and mount the strip on your kitchen wall

With magnets glued to their lids, these repurposed baby food jars are suspended from a metal sheet mounted to the underside of the cabinets

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2. Pots And Pans

Pots, pans, and lids are some of the hardest pieces of kitchen equipment to handle. Let’s see how we can handle it!

You can make one yourself with lengths of copper pipe and s-hooks

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Try using bicycle wheel, old wood window frame to create a hanging pot rack

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Just hang a basic pegboard on the inside of the pantry door and add some pegs to hang your pots and pans

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If you have a shelf or cupboard with room underneath, try adding some hooks to hang your pots and pans organizer

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Attach a board or metal railing to the wall and add some hooks

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3. Cutlery

Storing cutlery won’t be challenging anymore with these DIY ideas.

Use your milk jar caddy, fill it with mason jars and they are ready to be filled with your cutlery

Make a cutlery storage from buckets just like in the picture above

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Make your own cutlery holders out of colorful cans stuck to your wall

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This silverware organizer has a truly rustic feel, as each individual holder is a box made of pallet wood with all its natural markings

This caddy is quite easy to make and can be achieved by upcycling several pieces

Build two shallow wooden organizers in the size of your drawer, then stack them inside, keeping the most used silverware on top and the rest on the bottom layer

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4. Cooking Utensils

Find clever ways to store your cooking utensils below.

Use s-hooks to hang utensils from wall-mounted towel racks to turn them into an evolving display

The tines of an old rake are the perfect hooks for utensils

Mount a plumbing pipe clips on a piece of wood, then hung it to create a rustic and handy utensil hanging rack

Commonly used for tools in a garage or workshop, a pegboard is just as handy for storing kitchen utensils

Attach hooks to the inside of your cabinet doors and store utensils in an inconspicuous spot

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