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Decorating your Kitchen on a Budget

Written by  Wednesday, 08 August 2018 00:00
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When your budget is tight you might think it is impossible to decorate and organize your kitchen on a budget. With the help of a storage unit at Elite Storage in Lafayette and the tips listed below you can have the kitchen of your dreams.

The Pantry

Our pantries are often overflowing with a variety of boxes, jars, and cans. To better organize our pantries you will want to try and get the majority of items in similar sized jars or boxes. Leftover food jars are the perfect solution for storing dry pastas and rice. You can also use magazine racks to keep your canned food under control. Don’t be afraid to be creative and do what works best for you.

The Fridge

In order to maximize your fridge space you could use a Lazy Susan on several shelves. This will allow you to fit everything you need to in your fridge while still having an easy way to grab what you need. For larger items you can use plastic containers that you can buy at any home goods store to keep your foods separated, contained, and organized.

The Cupboards

The amount our kitchen cupboards are expected to store can be a little scary. You can maximize the available space by adding hanging hooks on the cupboard doors for small kitchen accessories. Investing in a pan organizer is the best when it comes to storing your cookware. You can use your pan organizer vertically or horizontally in the space you have available in your cupboard. Adding additional shelving within your cupboards is another option when it comes to maximizing storage space. Wire shelving is relatively cheap and easy to use. Store your out of season dishes in a storage unit at Elite Storage to give you even more space in your cupboards.

The Drawers

Drawers tend to be the messiest area in the majority of kitchens. Rather than just throwing your utensils in a drawer, you can keep everything organized by making custom dividers to fit all of your kitchen accessories. These can easily be made using left over cardboard, or if you are not feeling crafty they can be purchased at most home goods stores.