Kitchen and Pantry Organizing Services

Tips to get you started

  • Turn to a Lazy Susan:

Contain messes by housing sticky or spillable food items on an easy-to-clean lazy Susan.

  • 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).

  • Group Similar Objects:

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