13 Amazing Kitchen Organization Ideas! (Cheap and Easy)

Learn how to organize your life with 13 of the best ideas you can’t miss.

Tip 1: Do you have a huge pile of grocery bags lying around? Keep them organized and easily accessible in a wipes container. Truly an easy storage solution that will save on precious space – especially if you have a .

Tip 2: Save those empty soda boxes! You can use them to organize your canned goods. The campbell’s cans are small enough to fit a pack of 12 – just note that the Del Monte cans are slighty bigger in diameter so all you have to do is cut the top off the pack and it will hold the cans just fine. How’s that for a cheap kitchen idea!

Tip 3: If you want something a little more elegant, then go for the 3-tier deluxe canned food . This space saver is stylish and compliments any . Neatly organize your kitchen cabinets and with this kitchen/pantry accessory!

Tip 4: Have cupcake liners? Store them in a mason jar to keep them organized and dust-free! They fit perfectly and they are easy to get to. You can even leave the jar out on the counter for a cute little display.

Tip 5: Did you know magazine holders organize more than magazines?! Behold the ultimate food storage system. Keep your potatos, onions and other veggies from rolling around. You can also use it to store your spagetti, or you can use the magazine holder as a plastic wrap box holder. Smart and inexpensive.

Tip 6: Are you familiar with these ridiculous plastic hangers that you get when you buy clothes? You know, the ones that clasp? Well, now there’s a legitimate use for them. Use them to hang bags of chips and other snacks. If that isn’t the most genius kitchen storage solution ever, then I don’t know what is!

Tip 7: For less than 20 bucks, you can get a snazzy over-the-door pantry organizer. These things are quick and easy to setup. Stash items over-the-door and virtually eliminate search time with this smart kitchen storage solution.

Tip 8: You may already have this in your home…but if you don’t, for just a few dollars, you can get a clear over-the-door shoe organizer and use it to store snacks and other items that do not necessarily need to be kept in their boxes. If boxes take up too much space in your pantry, then this creative kitchen storage idea may be right up your alley.

Tip 9: Recycle plastic bottles for dry food storage. Juice Bottles. 2-liter soda bottles. Even dried parmesan cheese containers. You name it. Repurpose those everyday food containers for long-term storage.

Tip 10: If you have a small , then you’re going to love this space saver idea. Store your snacks in a fishbowl! Easy to grab and go, and they don’t take up a lot of space on the shelf.

Tip 11: Use chalkboard labels. They make for stylish organization. The neat thing about them is that they are reusable and you have to admit – it’s such a beautiful way to become more organized.

Tip 12: If you have a few dollars to spare, then this 2-tier bamboo turntable is just for you. It’s perfect for creating extra space in your kitchen cabinet or closet shelf. Its natural color compliments any decor and it rotates for easy access. You can find this at Walmart or Amazon.

Tip 13: If you don’t have a few bucks to spare right now, then here’s a smart alternative to the bamboo turntable – the lazy susan. All you need for this simple DIY hack are 2 baking pans and a few marbles. Place the marbles in one 8-inch pan, then stack the other 8-inch pan on top… then viola! It spins around nicely and smoothly.

And there you have it – 13 brilliant kitchen to better organize your life. If you enjoyed this video and want more organizing tips, click ‘like’ on this video and subscribe to my channel.

Make the most of your kitchen and pantry space and get organized today.


20 thoughts on “13 Amazing Kitchen Organization Ideas! (Cheap and Easy)”

  1. I reorganized my refrigerator by putting thing in different sized plastic containers. Works perfect, now i know what I have and where its at. Also if the kids try to get out their Kool-aid, if it spills, it doesn't go everywhere, I just take out the container, wash, dry and put it back.

  2. In each room with a small waste basket, we use an empty Kleenex box to hold plastic shopping bags. In the kitchen, in the drawer we use for plastic wrap, Ziploc etc, we have one for grab and go for making lunches. We also keep one in each vehicle. I punched a hole in back of the Kleenex box to hang it on a 3m hook in the garage. Also, to save money, we use empty check box, iPhone box's, Christmas card boxes, jewelry boxes to keep desk drawers, sock drawers, and junk drawers neat and easy to organize. We use tins from Christmas cookies to store oils, extracts and honey used in kitchen. For cat litter box, we cut a hole using xacto knife in the side of a green rubbermade 18 gallon tote, put the cheap cat litter box liner inside, it just fits. No more cat litter thrown out as cat scratches around.  Outside in the yard to keep extra pruning shears, gloves, hose sprayers dry and close by, we keep them in an old plastic container that had held lettuce, then put it  inside a cute birdhouse my husband made. I like knowing no spiders or critters can crawl inside my gloves.  We keep our outdoor barbecue paper products, cookware in an old cooler. Everything stays clean and dry on our covered porch. Even towels stay dry if you put them in a storage ziplock bag then in the cooler, deck box whatever your using. Our friends have an amazing outdoor kitchen, but everything gets yucky because of the humidity, bugs, lizards and frogs, so she has taken to storing her outdoor kitchen ware in bags and plastic totes or boxes.

  3. JamesDIY… PLEASE learn the difference between "viola" (meaning a musical instrument similar to the violin) and "voila" (as in ta da!). You used viola in this instance. And that damn xylophone in the background is ANNOYING!!

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