Once you have the handles attached to the wall, you should be able to fit two or three S-hooks on them. This way they will loop over the handles with a curved bottom of the hook coming up on the outside. This is where you can hang your utensils. As you may have noticed, most of the cooking utensils in your kitchen drawers have a loop at the top. It's meant for them to be hanging somewhere. By using a couple extra kitchen cabinet handles placed in open space on your wall you created that perfect area put those utensils away.
Our youngest kids can't tackle a full dishwasher or the laundry just yet. But they are old enough to put away the silverware and manage their underwear and sock drawer. I placed a couple of drawer organizers in our large kitchen drawers and used a permanent marker to draw an outline of each utensil type inside each slot. Now the kids can follow the simple code and put away the silverware into the drawer organizers without any help from me. I think they've even made it into a game, to see who can finish first.
Try using drawer organizers to contain what you want in each drawer. These always work well for your silverware but they are great for holding those pens and pencils too. Sort through your spoons, spatulas, tongs etc. and ask yourself if your using them and how often? You may find that you have duplicate items but you only use a select few that are your favorites. Categorize and group together different utensils that you need but don't use every day. Take for example a garlic press, can opener, egg slicer, specialty knives for cheese and vegetables etc. Knowing that you keep these items together will make them easier to find when they are needed.
Jean Plantier Kitchen Drawer Wednesday July 24th, 2019 06:53:55 AM
Hit One of The Thumbnails Below to Get More Kitchen Drawer Ideas
Wednesday July 24th, 2019 06:53:55 AM