We've got candy for days over here and now that the kids are down, the candy mom tax is being enforced! I'm going to enjoy the fall decor for a couple more weeks, but I'm so excited for this time of year with all of the holidays upon us!
Keeping sponges and scrubbers accessible, but also open to the air for easy drying and less microbial growth and cute is important to me. I use a cute little vintage container for my sponges and a Fiesta tray to hold soap and dish soap.
Love this idea! I put my fresh herbs from the store in jars with water, like I do with fresh cut flowers. They last for over a week. Hanging Fresh Herbs in Mason Jars - Create easy access to fresh herbs while adding color to your kitchen!
Pretty Trays for the Kitchen/ This time, I put my white Container Store tray near the kitchen sink to hold our dish soap, hand soap, and the little faux potted plant I made. It instantly make the countertop look neater.
Dishcloths in a basket beside the sink.or under the sink. I like this idea better with wash clothes in a half bathroom that is used by visitors so your hands are clean after every hand wash instead of using the same hand towel in the bathroom.
With these 11 tips, even the tiniest of kitchens can fully accommodate your needs. If you can’t tear down walls to add more shelves and cabinets, look to these ideas to make the most of your kitchen storage options. Like the under sink storage idea!