12 Best Organization Hacks for your Kitchen

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I’ve got a fabulous sized kitchen. I remember when we first moved in, I didn’t know what to do with all of the space. Now, nearly 5 years later, I’ve got every cupboard filled to the max, and I need to get more organized!  I found these 12 Organization Hacks for your Kitchen that I wanted to share, hoping it can help you, too!Ready to get organized? Here are 12 BEST Organization Hacks for the Kitchen! Capturing-Joy.com

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Ready to get organized? Here are 12 BEST Organization Hacks for the Kitchen! Capturing-Joy.com

Magazine Holder for Canned Goods

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Ready to get organized? Here are 12 BEST Organization Hacks for the Kitchen! Capturing-Joy.com

Tension Rod for Spray Bottles

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Ready to get organized? Here are 12 BEST Organization Hacks for the Kitchen! Capturing-Joy.com

Hanging Mason Jars

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Ready to get organized? Here are 12 BEST Organization Hacks for the Kitchen! Capturing-Joy.com

Magnetic Spice Rack

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Ready to get organized? Here are 12 BEST Organization Hacks for the Kitchen! Capturing-Joy.com

Fridge Lazy Susan

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Ready to get organized? Here are 12 BEST Organization Hacks for the Kitchen! Capturing-Joy.com

Pantry Door Organizer

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  1. Thank you so much for sharing my fridge mats!
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  2. Allan Baker says:

    I bought a 12 drawer work bench from Ikea. It has a big block wooden top. I use this in my kitchen, works great. The top serves as a cutting board and allows me more space for cookie making time. I actually thought it was for the kitchen until I got it home. You will have to build this all the way, but all pieces are included, well worth the time to build. Drawers provide a lot of room for all of my gadgets, cookie cutters, and such. Highly recommend, but you will need some room in your kitchen – serves as a big island.

  3. Using tension rods is a great idea – and one I often forget about. I think they’d work well for the trash bags as well as the spray bottles. Very handy in the cabinet under the sink…