There are so many items that we keep in our kitchen. Spices, cooking utensils, pans, and still many more. If you are obsessed in organizing it, then you are come into the right page. No need to buy a new one, these ideas will help you a lot!

1. Spice Rack

Of course, your spices spend much space in your kitchen. That is why, we need to be smart when storing the spices.

Magnetic board, on a chalkboard, and then framed. perfect, right?

Pallets are easy to get a hold of for free, and the reclaimed wood always leaves a rustic look to your projects

Simply hung on the wall to make this very unique rack. it’s clever and absolutely charming

Sometimes the easiest solution is the best one, like some proper labeling and jars

This DIY wall spice rack only requires a little woodworking skill

This rack slides out from underneath your counters, like a super hidden compartment for your stash

Using an old coca cola factory crate to hold the spices, genius

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2. Open Shelves

If you want to do a small update that have a huge impact, adding an open shelves is one of the easiest and most cost-effective ways to choose. Soon, you will have a new place for your stuff and plus, it reachable!

Just remove the cabinet and replace it with a DIY open shelves instead

This DIY open shelving works best when it’s only partially about design and more about function. this project will help you keep a more organized pantry

Consider creating a right angle and making use of the corner space when placing your do-it-yourself open shelving

Consider switching up your kitchen storage by instead opposing some open shelving with hanging storage

Live-edge shelves are slabs of wood where some of the bark is still visible, which will add a more rustic charm to your kitchen

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3. Hanging Racks

Let’s prevent the cabinet clutter by using a hanging rack!

This tasteful curtain rod pot rack is simple and elegant, and only requires a few screws to install

This DIY hanging rack nestles nicely between the kitchen cabinets

Just prop the lids up on the curtain rod or towel rod and match them to the pot hanging beneath without wasting time sorting through your cupboard

If you have unused purse or luggage straps lying around, you might already have a DIY hanging rack

Get creative with metal and wood to create an all-in-one rack for your pots and plants

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