Ahh, the kitchen. The heart of the home. Inevitably, where we all hang out when our families come over.
I love our kitchen! When Logan moved in (he bought the house nearly a year before we even started dating), the kitchen was one only a non-cook would buy! Hardly any counter space, poor layout, inconvenient storage. The smartest thing we ever did was remodel the kitchen…before we got married and I moved in. All the benefits of a remodel without all the stress of living there (though I did have to do one very large round of dishes in the bathtub).
For this challenge, my goal was to create more of a unified… and therefore less cluttered… look. Much as I would love to buy new jars and tubs at The Container Store, that’s just not possible. Alas.
Instead, I hit up The Dollar Tree!
I also took the contact paper from the office and made labels for all of my containers. I really like how simple it makes everything look.
Inside my cabinets:
I’m linking up to A Bowl Full of Lemon’s New Year’s Revolution! Please vote for me! The numbers will change as the voting goes on, but I’ll title it as Lindsey’s Kitchen. Thanks!
8 responses to “New Year’s Organizing Revolution: The Kitchen”
what a cute little helper you have! love the idea of a lazy susan in the frig. a great kitchen you have there!
Thanks! That little helper keeps me on my toes.
LOVE your job chart!
I do too… my husband, not so much 🙂
Wonderful! Love the Lazy Susan in the fridge and the oil bin! Stealing your ideas. 🙂
The oil bin has made such a difference! Hope it helps for you too!
I love the magnetic spice tins! Such great ideas here!
They’re great. They free up so much space in my cabinets and look nice too.