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The One Thing You Need To Create Instant Storage in the Kitchen

Make the most of your cabinets with this affordable must-have

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Photography: Dairy Darilag (Main Photo)

Nothing beats a spic-and-span kitchen with spotless countertops and pristine cabinets. However, when it’s time to open a cabinet to search for a pot or a pan, are you ready to face the truth? Many of us are guilty of stuffing everything inside one cabinet—from jars and plastic containers to cooking utensils and lids. While doing so somehow makes cleanup easier after cooking, the ensuing clutter can make it harder for us to find what we need the next day or worse, we won't be able to maximize each cabinet to the fullest.

READ: 8 Kitchen Cabinet Storage Ideas

Good news! You can make the most of your kitchen cabinets and create instant storage space using a budget-friendly organizer that’s available online and in the home section of your favorite department store.


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Over-the-cabinet door racks are so versatile, you can use it to organize chopping boards, baking pans, lids, and even bottled ingredients. With these racks, you don't need to stack all of your belongings inside the cabinets. Another plus? It frees up space for bigger and more fragile items that you need to keep and organize like dinnerware and small appliances.

You don’t need to worry about installation as well as you can easily hang it over cabinet doors so you can organize your belongings instantly.


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Those who wish to secure the racks to the cabinets may tap the neighborhood carpenter for help. These racks can be screwed to the doors to make sure that it will not be unhooked when you open and close the cabinet doors. By screwing the racks, the hooks won't be visible, helping you maintain the streamlined aesthetic of your cooking space.

These over-the-cabinet door racks come in different styles and sizes so you're not limited to using it only in the kitchen. Use bigger ones to achieve a neater closet.


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These pieces can be used to organize underwear, accessories, belts, scarves, and toiletries, too.

WHERE TO BUY:

Wilcon Depot

  • #90 E. Rodriguez Jr. Avenue Ugong Norte Murphy, Libis, Quezon City
  • Tel. no. (02) 634-8381 to 82
  • wilcon.com.ph

 

Robinsons Department Store

 

The Landmark

  • 6751 Makati Ave, Ayala Center, Makati

 

Source: The Kitchn

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