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5 of the Best Tips for Organizing Your Kitchen Counters

5 of the Best Tips for Organizing Your Kitchen Counters

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8 Comments

  1. Samantha

    I’ve been saving the boxes that our mandarin oranges come in. We’ve been using those to hold medicine, especially since we all have colds. I have one for my daily pills and the pills bottles I use to fill the kids pill boxes so they can take their supplements.

  2. Daria

    All good tips! My kids are teenagers and I still have “step baskets” for them. (Like your storage caddy.) I have a basket for each of them on the back stairs and whatever they leave lying around gets put in that basket. They have to empty it weekly or strangely, it disappears! Lol!

    1. Kimi Clark

      Thanks Daria! That’s a great idea, I wouldn’t mind a few things around here disappearing, LOL! Thanks for stopping by!

  3. Katharine | Work at Home Maven

    My counters seem to slowly get crowded with stuff. Small appliances and packaged food that won’t fit or didn’t get put away. I occasionally will clear the counters well, wipe them down and put things away. Makes a big difference!

    1. Kimi Clark

      Katharine I can clean mine and then as soon as the kids get home, they’re a mess again! We’re working on it though and the kid boxes and storage caddy really do help!

  4. Ruth

    Love these ideas! Thank you for the tips! ❤

  5. Jessica

    Hi Kimi,
    Kid baskets are what I usually have around the house for my boys’ random stuff. I find baskets very flexible, they’re decorative and they hide a lot of eyesores 😉
    Cheers,
    Jessica

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