My drawers and closets (and a few other areas in my home) look like a “disorganized crime scene”! I came across these pictures of Martha Stewart’s kitchen drawers and organization suggestions that have inspired me to get busy and do some Spring cleaning…starting with the kitchen!
Martha prefers rectangular compartments for utensil storage rather than spoon or fork-shaped spaces.
Everyone has a “junk drawer” in the kitchen that contains the items seen in this organized version, don’t you? My goal…Never use the “j word” again! Martha loves her P-touch label maker!
The hardware drawer…the things you use the most…light bulbs, extension cords, batteries, etc.
Stack linens with the smallest on top!
Measuring cups, graters, peelers, etc. are always the hardest to keep straight, right? My problem is that I only have 5 drawers in my little 1930′s kitchen! Do you have a good solution for storing these items if you don’t have enough drawer space to dedicate to these items? I’m thinking, maybe, a special bin to keep in the pantry…
This drawer is part of Martha’s kitchen, but I choose to keep these items in my bathroom. I do love these little bowls to contain these first aid supplies. Unfortunately she didn’t include the source, but I’m sure that Container Store has something similar.
I love living in an old home, but if I could design a new kitchen, I would include this nifty little base board drawer space. Genius!
Check out more of Martha’s 50 top kitchen tips and be inspired!!