7 Simple Ways To Declutter Your Kitchen


There’s a reason why the kitchen is the heart of a home. Every day it’s constantly in use. But when life gets in the way it’s easy to neglect it. Decluttering doesn’t mean you have to go all out on your kitchen renovations in Melbourne. Here are 7 easy ways you can clean the busiest part of your home:

1. Remove unwanted items

The best way to start any cleaning process is to purge anything you no longer need in your kitchen. Go through every area such as the pantry, fridge, cabinets and drawers. Chuck out expired food, unused utensils and forgotten appliances so that every left in your kitchen is essential.

2. Hanging fixtures

The pantry, cupboards and drawers are the main storage areas in the kitchen. However, if you have plenty of wall space, why not take advantage of them? Hanging fixtures like shelves and hooks are the perfect storage solution for those looking for an alternative way to put away all sorts of kitchen items. Stack pots and pans on a built-in shelf or hang ladles and spatulas on hooks. Having an extra storage option lets you spread out items in your kitchen to prevent build up in other areas.

3. Stacking shelves

A common problem with cupboards and cabinets is that it’s so easy to shove and throw things in them. That’s because most cupboards just provide a hollow space to fill. If you’re unable to get proper shelving installed in your cupboards or pantry why not try having stand-alone shelves. They come in all sizes to fit any space and are easy to stalk on top of each other for clearer divisions.

4. File away baking sheets and cutting boards

Stalking baking sheets and cutting boards can be a bit of a hassle. With the variety of sizes sheets, trays and boards come in simply piling them on top of the other can take up a lot of storage space in your cabinet. Instead, why not fit your cabinets with wire filing racks or custom cabinet inserts. Being able to file away your sheets and boards not only helps keep things in its place but also give you more room in your cupboards.

5. Prioritise appliances

How often do you use all the appliances on your kitchen bench? From the toaster, sandwich press to the blender and food processor, consider whether the appliances you have are used daily or if you can store them away.

6. Kitchen Drawer Inserts

The most basic kitchen drawer insert separates your normal utensils like spoons, knives and forks. There are a variety of insert options available for all kinds of kitchen equipment. From herbs and spice holders to knife boards, there are so many ways to customise your kitchen drawers so that everything is organised in your kitchen, not just your utensils.

7. Labels

Labels are a classic way to reduce confusion in your kitchen. A great way to use labels as decluttering method is by putting all possible foods in its own separate containers for easy storage. Get all your flour, sugar, cereal and other loose items out of those bulky packaging and into compact containers with clear labels for better organisation.

Need further help cleaning up your kitchen? Have Damco’s expert kitchen renovation for Melbourne locals help you with all your decluttering needs. We provide professional kitchen renovation in Melbourne. Our friendly staff will help fit your space with the right storage solutions so you can enjoy a cleaner, clutter-free kitchen.

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