Kitchen Organisation

We all know that the kitchen is one of the easiest rooms in the house to become disorganised. Often the focal point of the home, it is used by young and old at the busiest times of the day.

A lot of our kitchen clutter can come from leftovers after dinner. It’s a good idea to keep a good supply of airtight food storage. Anything that is leftover can be placed in these straight after and neatly placed in the fridge. Stacking a few of these on top of each other is a great way to save fridge space and get as much food in there as possible.

Bag clips are always handy to have just in case you need to keep your food fresher for longer. This will prevent spillages and ensure that your shelves are free from mess. An additional tip for when you’re preparing food is to use a compost caddy. This will neatly store any fruit or vegetable waste until you are ready to take it to the compost heap, getting it out of sight. The caddy’s carbon filters ensure that your kitchen will smell lovely and fresh.