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  • Tips For Organizing The Kitchen

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    Your kitchen probably got a lot of use this past winter, so why not take some time and give it a good organize for spring! Take a look at some of these tips courtesy of Real Simple:

    Give Cookbooks Space

    Cookbooks are fine on open shelves, so long as they're not exposed to humidity and grease from the fridge or stove.

    Start Hanging

    Hang aprons, pot holders, and dish towels on pegs (mount them at least two feet away from the stove).

    Store Items by Use

    Arrange your kitchenware by frequency of use, with everyday dishes on an easy-to-reach lower shelf and special-occasion pieces up above.

    Group Similar Objects

    Group objects by purpose and assign them to specific cabinets, as with the bakeware centralized here.

    Designate a Cooking Zone

    Create a cooking zone around the stove, storing pots and pans as close to the range as possible

    Read more at Real Simple

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